Congregation Moves, Installs Pipe Organ To Build Heritage

Posted: August 10, 2013 at 1:12 a.m.

While many churches are moving away from traditional forms of worship to praise bands and less-formal styles of music, one church in Rogers still sings the liturgies and hymns churches have sung for centuries. The church members recently moved and installed a pipe organ as another means to give glory and praise to God in their worship services.

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Religion, Pages 8 on 08/10/2013


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