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After spending almost 6 years worshipping at the Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts LifePointe Fellowship is building a church of their own. Standing next to the concrete slab that was poured on property on Nursery Drive about a month ago, Leslie "Les" Cole, the founding pastor of the church, is excited for the change. "I feel like it's placing us out in the community, so I'm excited about it for that reason," he said.
Caption: After spending almost 6 years worshipping at the Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts LifePointe Fellowship is building a church of their own. Standing next to the concrete slab that was poured on property on Nursery Drive about a month ago, Leslie "Les" Cole, the founding pastor of the church, is excited for the change. "I feel like it's placing us out in the community, so I'm excited about it for that reason," he said. Album ID: 1584982 Photo ID: 48488946
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