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Overflow Church to Relocate to Former Rural King Building

Overflow Church to Relocate to Former Rural King Building

Overflow Church, a non-denominational church, has been meeting at 9 Broadway Street in downtown McKenzie for approximately 18 months. During that time, the church family has experienced tremendous growth in attendance. Its three weekend worship services – Saturday, 5:30 p.m., and 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Sundays, were filled to capacity in the former downtown spaces once occupied by Oakley Photography and Tri-County Furniture.

The leadership of the church began praying and searching the area for a location that would work for what God is doing through Overflow while providing a window of opportunity to grow. The mission statement of the church is to see people far from God be raised to life in Christ and reach their full potential in Him.

On February 12, the congregates of Overflow Church were excited to have their first worship service at 14,800 Highland Drive, formerly Boyd’s Hardware/Rural King/WalMart. It is a 30,000 square-foot building. Congregates gathered in the empty building with no furnishings or furniture for their first worship experience.

According to a new release from the church, “The church family is working diligently over the next few months to get the building ready for their weekly experiences to serve the local community and Tri-County area.”

For more information, visit www.overflowchurchonline. com, download the Overflow Church app for smartphones, or like the church’s page on Facebook.

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