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The Church of Zion, Sumter, S.C.

Here we feature a service from one of our churches each week. This service at the Church of Zion in Sumter, S.C., was led by the Rev. Joel Summers on Feb. 5th, 2023. His them was helping others in their time of need. If you'd like to see your service featured here, please contact Dale Evans at 407-555-5555.

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