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New Day Outreach hosting fellowship
In the pulpit
Pastor and Mrs. Richard Hayes - photo by Photo provided.
It is always a special time when people from different churches come together for unity and fellowship. When these times occur, participants eagerly await the next gathering.
Last year on Dec. 1, Hinesville’s New Day Outreach Ministry hosted its first Family of Believers Fellowship at Brewton-Parker College’s Hinesville campus.
“We had a high time, and this year we are expecting to have an even greater time,” said Pastor Richard Hayes, who established the church in April 2006.
Prior to becoming a pastor, Hayes served as a minister, deacon, praise and worship leader, and held various other positions within the church.  
“The Family of Believers Fellowship was birthed out of my experiences as a young preacher,” Hayes said. “As
I’ve traveled to various churches, I’ve noticed the increased separation between those bodies of believers who are proclaiming the love of Jesus Christ.
“Whether it is race, appearance, congregational size, past hurts or present fears, the body of Christ has become more and more segregated. My desire is to see the community of believers come together for a time of fellowship.”
This year’s New Day
Outreach Ministry event is scheduled for 1 p.m. Dec. 13 at Brewton-Parker’s auditorium. The keynote speaker is Port Wentworth pastor Robert Jones. The song service will be rendered by Olivia Jones, a minister from Alabama. The theme for this year’s event is “Soldiers: Standing in the Balance.”
“This gathering of
God’s people is designed to draw the Christian community of Liberty County and surrounding areas to one day of celebration, praise and worship,” Hayes said. “We will be praying for our families, friends and loved ones while we also assist in supporting Prevent Child Abuse Liberty.
“Liberty County has one of the highest child-abuse rates in Georgia, and we want to assist with the Prevent Child Abuse Liberty program. Last year, we provided a donation to the (Liberty County) Senior Citizens Center.
“The New Day Outreach Church Family invites you to come and be a part of the Family of Believers Fellowship. We are expecting to see God move through Unity and Love. Last year, we had over 200 in attendance, and this year we are expecting even more participants.”
Refreshments will be served.
Hayes and the New Day Outreach Ministry Family also invite you to come and join them for church services every Sunday at 11 a.m. at the County Inn and Suites Conference Room, 742 General Stewart Way in Hinesville.
“Come and experience a new day,” Hayes said.
For additional information, contact Hayes at 977-6725 or 610-1672. You can also visit New Day Outreach Ministry at its Web site,
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