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Saturday Nights at The Village Church of Barrington

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The Village Church of Barrington is launching a brand new
Saturday evening service beginning September 10, 2011.  The service will be held in the gym facility
at the church, 1600 East Main Street, and will begin at 5pm each Saturday
evening. 

“The atmosphere will be casual, but
worshipful”, says Senior Pastor David Jones, “and our hope is that this new
worship opportunity will attract people from Barrington and surrounding areas
who are not currently attending church anywhere.”

Josh Caterer, a Chicago musician known for fronting the
Capitol Records recording band “The Smoking Popes”, will be leading the worship
music for this Saturday evening worship venue at the Village Church of
Barrington.  Caterer will be leading a
band of musicians and vocalists that will feature a current blend of authentic worship
music and choruses.  Pastor Jones will be
kicking off a new sermon series titled “Encountering Jesus” that will take an
in-depth look at some of many personal encounters Jesus had with individuals he
met.

This Saturday service will be a casual addition to the two
current Sunday morning services at The Village Church of Barrington, aimed at
reaching out to young families and non-church goers.  Families with children are encouraged to
attend, as there will be excellent children’s activities and messages styled
for their age group provided during the message portion of the service each
week.  Kick-off for the Saturday evening
services at the Village Church of Barrington will be September 10, 2011 at 5pm.  For more information, please contact the
Village Church of Barrington’s office at 847-381-5221.

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