Shelbyville Daily Union


April 21, 2011

Community Good Friday Service at 4th Street UMC

SHELBYVILLE, IL. — The Shelbyville Ministerial Association will hold its Good Friday service at noon at the Fourth Street United Methodist Church, South Fourth and Spruce streets. The service is open to the entire community.

The focus will be on “The Seven Last Words of Christ” with several community ministers taking part.

“It is an opportunity for all churches in the community to gather together and worship together,” said First Christian Church pastor Kevin Ray.

Lunch will be provided at the church following the service.

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