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ARISE, this weekend in Wellsville

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Revival meetings this Friday, Saturday, Sunday at 6pm in Island Park

Evangelist Karl Hoyer is a Wellsville native

Powerful revival meetings will be taking place for three days in our region.  Mission Genesee Valley, a group of area churches, is sponsoring these ARISE revival meetings. They will be taking place Friday – Sunday June 17-19 at 6 PM daily at the large pavilion at Island Park in Wellsville NY. 

Music by a gifted musical group, “ARISEN” will be available each day to start us off for a grand melodic time. ARISEN  includes many instrumentalists as well as vocalists.  Professional viola player, David Peralta and his violinist daughter, Valentina, will be included on this talented team.

What is the purpose of a revival meeting? It is an opportunity for a move of God to awaken, renew, and refresh people’s lives. We would like to experience healing, find purpose and hope for the future. If we truly have hope, we can expect good things from God.

Some special events will be taking place on Saturday and Sunday.  Youth are encouraged to come early Saturday for a pizza party at 4:30 PM.  Sunday there will be a potluck dish-to-pass meal.  Gather at 4:30 PM.. We plan to eat at 5 PM.  There will be water baptisms at the river on Sunday as well!

Bringing the revival message will be local evangelist, Karl Hoyer. Karl was born and raised in Wellsville, and has traveled and ministered in many places in the States as well as abroad. Some of his ministry travels include Brooklyn, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Mexico, Romania, South America as well as many others.

Come and join us at the large pavilion at Island Park in Wellsville. Bring your most comfortable lawn chair and a friend.  Sit back and enjoy. Good things are going to be happening!

Learn more about Karl Hoyer and ARISE

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