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Church unveils fellowship center

March 24, 2014

Doug Simpson, President of Constructioneers, a Lima-based construction company that was responsible for building the family fellowship center, cuts the ceremonial ribbon at Wapakoneta Community Worship Center on Friday as building committee chairman Brian Richardson, left, and Pastor Dan Holbrook look on. (Staff photo/John Bush)

On Friday evening, the Wapakoneta Community Worship Center held an open house to celebrate the completion of its family fellowship center, an addition to the church that was the second of a three-phase building project that began three and a half years ago.

The church’s pastor, Dan Holbrook, said the fellowship center will serve as the main entrance to the building and will be a place where people can meet and socialize. The room features a fireplace, several couches and a multitude of tables and chairs.

“We always had a vision that we could build something where families could come together for fellowship,” Holbrook said. “This fellowship center will be a casual place where people can eat and gather together for family events and things like that.”

In addition, Holbrook said he is looking to use the space for community service purposes, such as holding a health screening so that people could come and get their health checked out for free.

For morethe Worship Center's open house, see the Monday, March 24 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
 

 

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