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Business Listing   Central Avenue Baptist Church - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-2226


Business Listing   Church of Christ Study - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-2257


Business Listing   Church of the Nazarene - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-2469


Business Listing   Church of the Nazarene - Parsonage - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-2259


Business Listing   East Side Church of Christ - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-2831


Business Listing   First Assembly of God Church - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-3433


Business Listing   First Assembly of God Parsonage - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-3285


Business Listing   First Baptist Church of Hamlin - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-3664


Business Listing   First Baptist Church of Hamlin - Devotional - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-3668


Business Listing   First Baptist Church of Hamlin - Primera Mission - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-2633


Business Listing   First Methodist Church - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-3851


Business Listing   Foursquare Church - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-3276


Business Listing   God New Life Fellowship Church Of - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-2020


Business Listing   Oak Grove Baptist Church - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-2119


Business Listing   Parsonage Foursquare Church - Hamlin, TX - Phone: (325) 576-3065


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Helpful Definition for: Churches

A church in Hamlin is a building or structure whose primary purpose is to facilitate Christian worship and meetings. It is a religious body made up of the Christian congregation, members and clergy. The worship service may be a blend of traditional and contemporary service. They are non-denominational, evangelical churches, embracing a charismatic style of worship, with the purpose to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world using every medium of communication capable to man. They believe the Bible to be the inerrant word of God, which is the final authority of faith and practice to genuine Christians.

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