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    Freedom of Being

    Start Date: Sunday 7/1/2018 — End Date: Sunday 7/1/2018
    Admission:0.00

    Sunday, July 1, 10 am
    East County Shared Ministry-Open & Affirming Congregations
    First Congregational Church of Antioch – Community Presbyterian Church of Pittsburg
    200 E Leland Rd (between Railroad & Harbor), Pittsburg, CA 94565
    The Historic Stoneman Chapel
    www.eastcountysharedministry.org
    925.439.9361 – 925.757.4094

    Rev. Christy Parks-Ramage will bring a message entitled “Freedom of Being.” Master classical guitarist and prize-winning soloist, Matt Fish, will be the guest musician. He has performed throughout the United States for the South Bay Guitar Society, Sacramento Guitar Society, Springfield Classical Guitar Society, Sierra Nevada Guitar Festival, SF Bay Classical Guitar Festival, Illinois Wesleyan School of Music, Hot Air Music Festival, and the Guitar Foundation of America Regional Symposium in San Francisco.

    As an ensemble player, Matt performs with the acclaimed San Francisco Guitar Quartet. The SFGQ is devoted entirely to new music, having commissioned and premiered many innovative new works for the guitar quartet.

    Join the celebration with word, scripture, song and fellowship.

    Whoever you are and wherever you are on life’s journey, ALL are welcome here. We recognize, celebrate and give thanks for the many diverse gifts of God among us. Everyone is invited to participate in community and worship including, but not limited to, believers, seekers, agnostics, women and men, those of all sexual orientations and gender identities and expressions, those of all races and cultures, those of all classes and abilities, those who hope for a better world and those who have lost hope.

    Location: 200 E Leland Rd (btwn Railroad & Harbor)R, Railroad Ave Pittsburg

    Contact: Event info cpcpittsburg@sbcglobal.net
    URL: http://www.eastcountysharedministry.org

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