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Least of Saints Ministry Leader to speak at UMC

Scott Greene, founder of the Least of Saints Ministry, will share the story of the ministry’s start Sunday at St. Luke United Methodist Church. Greene felt there was a need for a place for individuals who wouldn’t usually enter a church building. He rented the former Axtell building on First Avenue and began preaching at 6 p.m. every Saturday night. His wife, Linda, helped clean and prepare the place and fully supports his efforts. New people come to the informal ministry every week. St. Luke worship times are 8 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday and the community is invited. The St. Luke praise band will play, and an offering will be received to support the Least of Saints Ministry.
Scott Greene, founder of the Least of Saints Ministry, will share the story of the ministry’s start Sunday at St. Luke United Methodist Church. Greene felt there was a need for a place for individuals who wouldn’t usually enter a church building. He rented the former Axtell building on First Avenue and began preaching at 6 p.m. every Saturday night. His wife, Linda, helped clean and prepare the place and fully supports his efforts. New people come to the informal ministry every week. St. Luke worship times are 8 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday and the community is invited. The St. Luke praise band will play, and an offering will be received to support the Least of Saints Ministry.

Scott Greene, founder of the Least of Saints Ministry, will share the story of the ministry’s start at St. Luke United Methodist Church this Sunday.

Greene felt there was a need for a place for people who wouldn’t usually enter a church building.  He and wife, Linda, rented the former Axtell building on First Avenue in Newton and began preaching in July.

The St. Luke praise band will play, and an offering will be received to support the Least of Saints Ministry.  

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