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November 1, 2012

Veterans to be Honored

PLAISTOW – Rock Church Ministries will hold special worship services in honor of our nation’s veterans on Sun., November 11.

The service will include a special time of prayer for all of those who have served our nation, as well as those actively servicing. A slideshow and anthem will be displayed in honor of the community’s veterans and all veterans present will be acknowledged, to express appreciation for their service to our nation.

Worship times and locations are as follows: The Rockingham Church, from 9:45 and 11:00 a.m., at 90 Newton Road (Rte 108) Plaistow; St. Matthews United Methodist Church, at 8:45 a.m., on Rt. 121A in the center of Sandown; Rock Church Amesbury, 9:30 and 11:00 a.m., at 146 Main Street, Amesbury, MA.

All veterans of any branch of our armed forces are invited to this special service. Family members of deployed service men and women are encouraged to attend. Of course, services are open to everyone everywhere (even online) who wish to join in prayer for, and honor of, our service men and women.

On site and online (www.honoring-our-heroes.com) the community can view the Field of Flags where approximately 6600 flags are on display in the field next to the Rock Church Plaistow.

The flags will be displayed alphabetically with the name of a serviceman and woman who given their life in War on Terror. This display will be open to the public to walk, reflect upon and pray from now until December 1, 2012.

For more information, you can contact Rock Church Ministries at 603-887-4922, info@rock-church.org or on the web at www.rock-church.org.

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