“When you walk through the doors, you feel the hospitality and enthusiasm; it’s contagious. The church is alive. It is phenomenal to see the turnaround our church has made.”
To date, 4,500 children have come through the learning center’s doors, and the organization has expanded to two different locations with five classes in each.
Rev. Willetts and her sister, Isabel Willetts, along with fellow church member Paige Carlson, flew to Cuba over the summer, then rode for two hours on a seriously bumpy road to meet members of their sister church.
Focusing on spiritual, emotional and physical healing led to a ministry perhaps few, if any members, had imagined. They now offer regular services and programs geared toward children with special needs.
About 25 percent of the church’s regular attendees are in some way involved in the music ministry, Music Minister David Golden said.
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