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    Churches & Religious Organizations in Lapel


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    Business Listing   Daybreak Community Church - Lapel, IN - Phone: (765) 534-3520


    Business Listing   Fishersburg Wesleyan Church - Lapel, IN - Phone: (765) 534-3315


    Business Listing   Ford St United Methodist Church - Lapel, IN - Phone: (765) 534-2043


    Business Listing   Ford St United Methodist Church - Lapel - Lapel, IN - Phone: (765) 534-3314


    Business Listing   Trinity United Methodist Church - Lapel, IN - Phone: (765) 534-4222


    Business Listing   Trinity United Methodist Church - Parsonage - Lapel, IN - Phone: (317) 984-4383


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    Helpful Definition for: Churches & Religious Organizations


    Churches in Lapel include clergy by name as well as denomination and congregation size. The religious organizations in Lapel are a compilation of all types of non-profit institutions. Both are excellent prospects for fundraising programs, religious products, educational material, and more. The purpose is to win people to faith in Jesus Christ, provide religious instruction, teach people to live together in love and fellowship, acknowledge all people to brethren, take the Holy Scripture as the only rule, work for the unity of all Christians in building the Kingdom of God, fighting against poverty and responding to desperate needs.

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