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5th Anniversary for Impact Church Greensboro

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From the start, Impact Church Greensboro has a desire to make an impact on Greensboro - to show the love of Christ through touching the lives of those in the city that they serve. Last summer, they moved into their new home at 3815 Clifton Road; and on next Saturday (March 29), Impact will celebrate working together for this common goal for the last five years as Bishop S. Y. Younger from The Ramp Church International in Lynchburg, VA, comes out to support. This won’t be their typical Saturday 6p service as they talk about the “Expansion of Grace”.

Over the years, they have moved to their second location, helped families during the holidays, spent time at the homeless shelter, met the neighborhood, started a kids summer Autism camp, host a summer extravaganza for all kids, had an building opportunity with other church leaders by hosting the Planet Shakers, and so many other things. As they continue to build trust and restore the people they come in contact with, you’ll certainly want to see how they embark on what they have envisioned for their future.

  • When: March 29, Saturday, at 6p
  • Location: Impact Church Greensboro, 3815 Clifton Road, Greensboro, NC
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