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New Greenville Church Literally Springs up in Just One Day

Lighthouse Pentecostal Church in Greenville takes shape as over 150 workers participate in "Church in a Day". Lighthouse Pentecostal Church in Greenville takes shape as over 150 workers participate in "Church in a Day".

Greenville, Ala. Oct. 22, 2007 -- A new church has sprung up in the city of Greenville, literally.

Over the weekend crews gathered on Airport Road to start "Church in a Day".

The project was sponsored by the Alabama District United Pentecostal Church, International and was the first of its kind in Alabama.

About 150-200 skilled laborers worked in unison around the clock to complete the worship center.

When the 2900 square feet complex was completed it boasted an auditorium, baptistery, three Sunday school classrooms, church office, completely finished restrooms, and a sizeable vestibule.

It was a sizable task, no doubt, but the UPCI knew exactly what it was doing.

The organization has completed work on numerous churches nationally including one in Texas that was featured on a national morning show.

The new Greenville church, named Lighthouse Pentecostal, celebrated its inagural service Sunday afternoon. 

 

 

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