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Sacrificial Lamb Ministries holds worship services

The Founding Pastor of Sacrificial Lamb Ministries is Vince Wilson, DD., M.Div.

 

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Sacrificial Lamb Ministries invites you to worship with them here in the city of Salisbury two Saturday mornings a month.
It is a 7th – day Sabbath Christian teaching, multiethnic congregation that started in October of 2016 as a community outreach organization.
It evolved into a full-fledged church congregation in September of 2019. The church’s motto is, “We Are Outreach Driven.”

Sacrificial Lamb Ministries is commitment to community service based on the teachings and examples of Jesus.
Jesus sacrificed His life for us throughout the New Testament as it relates to ministry to the needy, poor, and oppressed in our society; those who are suffering physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Jesus sacrificed His life when He died for our sins.
Speaking through the prophet Isaiah, God calls everyone to true worship. In addition to the weekly corporate worship service, He calls us to community outreach and service. Isaiah 58:13 says, “…not doing thine own ways…”

The Founding Pastor of Sacrificial Lamb Ministries is Vince Wilson, DD., M.Div.
Worship services are held two Saturday mornings per month at the Rowan Public Library in the Hurley Room or Stanback Auditorium beginning at 11:15 a.m. Worship service is preceded by Sabbath school at 10 a.m.

Contact the church office at 704-606-0378 in advance to find out the specific dates of their monthly services.
The next service is tomorrow, Saturday, Jan. 25, in the Hurley Room at the Rowan Public Library at 11:15 a.m.

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