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    Churches & Religious Organizations in Port Byron

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    Business Listing   Federated Church of Port Byron - Port Byron, NY - Phone: (315) 776-5006

    Business Listing   Port Byron First United Methodist Church - Port Byron, NY - Phone: (315) 776-5586

    Business Listing   Solid Rock Landmark Baptist of Port Byron - Port Byron, NY - Phone: (315) 776-4526

    Business Listing   St John's Church - Port Byron, NY - Phone: (315) 776-4391

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    Helpful Definition for: Churches & Religious Organizations

    Churches in Port Byron include clergy by name as well as denomination and congregation size. The religious organizations in Port Byron 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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