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( t fnCrW.fr Bible college Freedom Team featured at Alliance church CHESTER.- The Freedom Team of Toccoa Falls Bible College in Georgia will represent the college in a series of Biblical studies on Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians 8 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday at Chester Christian and M i s s i o n a r y Alliance Church, 15th and Upland Sts. Heading the group will be Dr. Gerald E. McGraw, chairman of the Bible and theology department at Toccoa Falls. His wife and sons, Philip, 12. and David, 10, are part of the group, which conveys its instruction supplemented with testimonies and readings by the students. Additional features will include daily 7 p.m. children's meetings conducted by the students and seminars for adults and youth directored by Dr. McGraw. In. addition family, the to the team McGraw includes - -- 'spring tour, with appearances in four states. .The team's repertoire includes a variety of musical quartets, trios, duets and s o l o s Lee Royer to conduct crusade NETHER PROVIDENCE -Coach L«e "Roik" Royer will conduct a New Life Crusade in the Grace Bible Fellowship Church, Wallingford, beginnin Sunday through Wednesday. A native .of Woodlyn, Ridley Township, Royer is a graduate of West Chester State where he played football four years. Entering the c o a c h i n g profession upon graduation he coached at P e n n s y l v a n i a Military College, University of Connecticut, Boston College, Virginia and Maryland. Until a few months ago Lee was defensive coa-ih at the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis. The one word that describes the Coach i s , "djTiamic." A most forceful speaker he is in demand at churches, conferences a n d retreats. Royer will speak at 10:45 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday and 7:30 p.m. weekdays. A soul-Winning Seminar is planned for Monday evening. accomplished pianist, dramatist , a Callaway professor in Biblical studies, was named in the "Outstanding and vocalist. Dr. McGraw, Educators of America in . He served 12 years in Christian and Missionary A l l i a n c e MT. ZION pastorates in M e r i d i a n -^^. uuv * u.«,v^»j m iyj. c I L U 4 a. il Holiidaysburg and Meadowville,' 3. Founded in 1911 by Dr. R.A Forrest, Toccoa Falls Institute includes an accredited Christian academy and the oldest accredited Bible College in the UNION GOSPEL CENTER CHESTER - Dr. B. Sam Hart of Philadelphia, world evangelist and of radio and television preacher, also director of Camp Skymount, will speak 7 p.m LEE 'ROCK' ROYER tf · ' ""· V^h4.4J.4. AtlVUJJUtO Clarence Croscutt of Corry, Pa., a junior majoring in missions and vice president of student council at Toccoa Falls and his fiance. , Kathy Schaefer, a sophomore sacred music major, who serves as team pianist. Tiie couple plans to minister to Robinson AME Zion Chur±, 317 Kerlin St. Rev. Marguerite Miles of New Bethal AME Church, Germantown, will speak at the 10:45 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. services. Calvary Baptist C h u r c h female chorus will sing in the morning and St. Paul CME Church No. 2 choir, in the afternoon. Mrs. Margie Trippley and Mrs. Exie Hall are cochairmen of the day, TEMPLE OF PRAYER CHESTER - Elder Lsarlean Holme's and the Holmes Specials of Philadelphia will conduct the · T --" *·--·· r -^ j» ivia 411QI1 U.UL1U11 ----·»·-·*** _ _^ through music, group speaking minority" cultures in North and sermons illustrated with America, pictorial charts. The otl "Victory in Christ" is the TM re I V, ch * rd Crutchfield of Temple of "praye' theme of the Freedom Team, MU', Tenn - a Wnim and and Engle Sts., whi..jh is on a six-week spring BlWe -«ieology major, w h o sponsored by the J.X.._ «.:*.!. . _ ° GSnfVMalllT Antntr*. .. * .. A 1_ / , ft J I QUIT KIDDING | Rev. John A. Cwrato Jr. \ · Pastor I Woodlyn Baptist Church I MacDade Blvd. t I School Lane I Ridley Township I Recently as I visited a I home the lady of the house | mentioned that someone I had told her of their doubt f about God's existence. Her | seven-year-old daughter | overhearing the remark, |f said, "If there's no God we || wouldn't be here!" I I thought of Jesus' words "I Bible and and Bible-theology by the Pastor's"Aki"society7 studied at Canadian ' College in Regina, RANGE'S TEMPLE ,, »~ **· ·AWSUICI, baskatchawan, and is interested in children's work. C r u t c h f i e l d is CHESTER _ Mrs. Lovie E. Range, president of bhe mothers' an board of Range's Temple - - O -- ··' ·*- VAil±JIt Church of God in Christ, 2nd St. and Central Ave., will speak during the 11 a.m. Mother's Day service Sunday. P r a y e r convenant hours will be 7 to p.m. Monday. CHESTER _ Unveiling of the portrait of the late Mother south. Marie Neal will be the 3:30 p.m. |W^ Mother's Day feature at Mt. Zion United Holy Church, llth St. and Central Ave. All mothers attending the U a.m. service will be honored. Sunday Chapel in of the the Chester Bible Union Gospel Center, 10th St. and Morton Ave. ROBINSON AME ZION CHESTER - Sunday will be annual Women's Day at Ernest Women's seminar scheduled RIDLEY TOWNSHIP -- The .Voodlyn Baptist C h u r c h , cDade. Blvd. and School Lane, will begin a five-day seminar on '.'The Woman's Role n a Good Marriage" beginning Monday. Mr*. Dallas Green, of Haverford, a nurse who has served in missions in Africa, will conduct the series scheduled » run each day from 9:30 until .1:30 a.m. Monday through Friday. The church Is also offering a "Toddler's Bible School" for youngsters 2 to 4 and a nursery for infants so their mothers can attend the seminar. Murphy African Methodist Episcopal Church 7th t Yarnott St., Chottor, Fa. R«v. Phillip A. Accaoo. D.D., Paitor ·:00 A.M. Church School 10:45 A.M. Morning Wanhip 7:30 P.M. Bihl* Study ft Pray*r Mooting A Hoarty W*1com« Awami You COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH MoeDocfe and Knowlei Av». Gfenotden, Penno. 9:45 A.M. Church School 11:00 A.M. Morning Wonhip 7:30 P.M. Gasp*) Meeting 7:30 P.M. Wed. Prayer Meeting Bible Study You're invited 1 to attend lhi« Friendly.Fundamental Church PASTOR JAMES B. SPEERS FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 754 Bethel «d.. OUn Mills 9:43 A.M. Bible Schoel 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship "The Soldier's Resources" ·:00 P.M. Y.uth How 7:00 P.M Evening Service "The Work of rhe Holy Spirit" Re*. Prank McQuade, Paiter GREEN RIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH 61 Dution'i Mill Rd., Alton, Pa. R. Glin Thomos, Patter 9:45 A.M. Sunday School 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship 6:00 P.M. Youth Croup, 7:00 P.M. GOSM! Service 7:00 P.M. Wednesday, Bible Study 6:30 P.M. Saturday, WXUR Friendly--Fundamental , 3rd Sts., in a benefit . _., ,,.,, nurses' unit. y o u t h At 8 p.m. a week of revival Ire and, a services will begin, sponsored SWARTHMORE -- M r s . Florence S. Broadbent, widow of George J. Broadbent, was named Mother of the Year of he Swarthmore U n i t e d Methodist Church at its annual Mother-Daughter banquet last Saturday. She is the longest- standing member of the church and the daughter of charter members. Her father, Simon S. Snyder, was secretary when the | thank thee, 0 Father Lord || of heaven and earth, that | thou hast hid there things for the wise and prudent, and * I nast revealed them unto babes". Luke 10:21. God has ordained that only those who want Him AS Ht is | will know that He is. It is not difficult to find God, it is I £ impossible unless we are willing to be totally remade Be-1 |i cause of sin men hate the idea of a Holy Creator. I When -we are ready to quit hiding and deceiving our- % selves and surrender to His truth revealed in Jesus Christ, 1 God opens our spiritual eyes. Then we see our sin and | | failure and His grace to provide full pardon and new power I || through Christ's death and resurrection. i Are you willing to take an honest look at God as He is? I 'God is light and in Him is no darkness at all. If we say I % we have fellowship with Him, and walk in darkness, we lie I | and do not the truth". I John 1:5-6. God wants to make you 1 | good with His goodness through Christ. Don't let the S temporary pleasures of sin rob you of eternal life. I "i« TEMPLE BAPTIST CHESTER - A Mother's Day tea presented 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday at Temple Baptist Church, 6th and Parker Sts., by the senior choir will honor Mrs.- Henrietta Johnson and Mrs. Estelle Shepherd. The speaker will be Mrs. Lorraine H. Bro\vn of t,he P h i l a d e l p h i a Board of Education. ST. LUKE'S CC CHESTER Ushers Day -- Annual Senior will be observed at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at St. Luke's Community Christian Church, 4th St. and Central Ave. The speaker will be Rev. Charles Bowens of Portsmouth, Va. BROTHERLY LOVE TEMPLE CHESTER - The William's Choral Ensemble of the Temple of Brotherly Love Christian Community Church, 1401 W. 3rd St., will present the Cox Singers in a Mother's Day program at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. "" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Word ft RW)»y Av«. r RIdUy Park R«v. Dcnnii W. Recwrtf, faitor 9:43 A.M. ChriitJan Education 11:00 A.M. Morning Wonhip 5:30 P.M. Youth In Action 7:00 P.M. Fillowihip ftibl* Study Worship th* lord in Harmon/ = = = WOODLYN BAPTIST CHURCH MacDado Blvd. and School Un* Sunday School 9:45 .,.,,,. Morning Wonhip 11:00 a.m. Youth Followthip :00 p.m. Evanjng Sorvico 7;00 p.m. Pray»r Moting, W«d. 7:30 p.m. Sroadcoft Sun. IZ;3S p.m. WVCH ·1. A. Corrato, Jr., tatlor Indtpondint -- UnaHiliottd Hear Bikle Truth 'New Itnty's Bible Preaching Center' Iviry Sunday an THE BIBLE' TRUTH HOUR Wl!h Patter Bat 611* WMCA, N*w YorX-470 KC, 8:30 A.M. WPEH-FM, rMladcfpflla-IOM MC, liDO A.M. Ibe First Baalist dirt 15 ConkTIn PUct, Hacfcensack, N.I. 07601 COMMUNITY CHURCH OF FOLSOM Swarthmor* Ave. ot Mtlros* Terr. 9:45 AM-Sunday School (all agts) Its90 AM-MORNING WORSHIP 7:00 PM-EVENJNS WORSHIP 7:00 PM Wfrfnetctay-Prayar Bible Study , Rev. Jom*s L lew* Interim Pastor ALL WELCOME FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SovontK and Fwhon Streott, Chester *«rm#n* A. H«lsf, Ptstor Tod Ltrin, Twin Mlniiter 9:30 A.M.-Church School 10:45 A.M.-Morning Worship SERMON: "Are Mothers Obsolete?" CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH ROUTE #452 IN GLEN RIDDLE How glorious it is and also how painful to be an exception. 7:30 A.M. Holy Communion 9:00 A.M. Family Sorvieo 11:00 A.M. Morning Prayer The Rev. Arthur f. Brunner Rector Ti You art always welcome at CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Reformed Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Synod. Middletown Knowhon Rds. ' Media, Pa. Tel. TR 2-6807 Rev. Ernest Broen, Pastor Reformed in Doctrine Presbyterian in Polity Evangelistic in Practice 9:45 a.m. Sunday School for all agts. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship* 7:00 Evening Service* 7:45 P.M, Wed-Prayer Meeting 'Nursery Provided. DELAWARE COUNTY (PA.) DAILY TIMES Saturday, May 12, 1973 Mrs. Broadbent honored by Swarthmore Methodist 1892 Union Evangelical charter was turned over to the Methodist Church in 1902. Mrs. Broadbent, 101 S. Princeton Ave., taught Sunday! School in her teens, and for! many years has b e e n ! Remembrance Chairman for thej Wpmen's Society of Christian] Seryice. She has also been; chairman of the Records) Committee. 1 Her daughters, Mrs. Barbara! (John W.) Crowther o f f Media, and Mrs. Betty! Ellen (Joseph) Carter of West I ·hester attended the luncheon, is did her two granddaughters, Patty Carter and Connie 'rowther. Patty was celebrating ler 16th birthday the same day. Dr. Dorothy Chacko, a staff jhysician at Crozer-Chester Medical Center, will speak at ;he Methodist Church at 8 p.m. Vednesday. She helped found Bethany Village in India, a rehabilitation colony for lepers. BAHAI'S SWARTHMORE -- Baha'i picnics are taking place at 3 p.m. Sundays in Little Crum Creek Park and everyone is welcome to join them. Volleyball is one regular event each week. The local Spiritual Assembly has elected David L. Clossoji as chairman. Other officers are Ivan Loder, vice chairman; Joyce Perry, corresponding secretary; James Honatke, treasurer; and R o s e m a r Closson, recording secretary. Two Swarthmore Baha'is, Jerry Perna and Betty Lengyel, : have planted shrubs and flow/era.' in Little Crum Creek Park, as gifts from 'the B a h a ' i Community to the borough. Golden Cross observance is scheduled N E T H E R PROVIDENCE-Packard Memorial United Methodist Church, Manchester and Wallingford, will observe Golden Cross Sunday on Motiter's Day. The speaker will be Mrs. Bruce Innes, president of the WSCS of the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference. The WOMEN OF THE church will assist in the worship service. Golden Cross is the ministry of - compassion and love translating words into deeds. It provides services to the aged, youth and children as well as medical care for the indigent. ST. MATTHEW'S LUTHERAN CHURCH FaTrview Rd. * Lukeni Ave. Woodlyn Pa it or David G. Krewsen 9:30 -- Christian Education 8:15 I 11 tOO AM -- Worship 7:00 PM - Youth fellowship Phono 133-57(8 · TRINITY M UNITED f^f-- METHODIST |T i CHURCH ·fcf Eighth and Butler ^^·1 "At Minion in II Chester line* 1865" 9:30 a.m. Church School for all ags 10:45 a.m. Communion Richard W. Conner Paiter PROVIDENCE AVENUE UNITED METHODIST E. Tth ft Provident* Ave. Chester, Pa. Rev. Tom Smiley, Pastor 9:30 A.M. Church School 10:45 A.M. Morning Worship Guest Speaker: Rev. Robert Boyd 6:30 P.M. Youth Fellowship Nursery Car* ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Founded 1702 Ninth and Madison Sts., Chester 8 a.m. Holy Communion and) special vestry presentation 10 a.m. Morning Prayer and special veslry presentation 10 a.m. Sunday School and nursery care Wednesday, May I* tl a.m. Holy Communion, Bible study, prayer and healing service The Book of Common Prayer is used ot all services. ST. MARY'S CHURCH Seventh and Edwards Streets 9:30 a.m. Church School 11 a.m. Holy Communion Bibl« Presbyterian Church Of Chester (Unaffiliated) N. E. Corner 13th Potter Streets Chester, Pennsylvania Rev. M. Evans Harden, Paster "For th* Word of Ood, end For the Testimony of Jesus Christ" MORNING SUBJECT: "CAU HER UESSED" 10:30 A.M. EVENING SUBJECT: "THI FIFTH TRUMPET" 7:00 P.M. lord's Day School 9:15 A.M. Wednesday Prayer Sorvice 1:30 P.M. MAY 75 - SOth Annual "Summer Bible School" Cenforonet. Session* beginning 2 and 7:25 P.M. Hoar speakers of experience. Testimonies, Special Music. tVENING INSPIRATIONAL SPEAKER: IVANGELIST lANCi I. LATHAM, Pastor from Chicago, Internationally known Mutman, and President of the "A.Y.A." Plan M attend! Mother's day speaker named PARKSIDE - Mrs. Erma Walker will speak on "I Shall Plant A Garden," at the 9:30 and 11 a.m. Mother's Day services, Sunday at the Parkside United Methodist Church. Wife of retired minister, Rev. Robert Walker, of the First Jnited Methodist Church of Media, Mrs. Walker is president of the MEDIA Woman's Club. She also serves as a guest speaker at many churches and social organizations. PRESBYTERIAN SWARTHMORE ary Day at the lome for the Aged will be Thursday. Dinner v/ill be served from 1 a.m. to 2 p.m., at which be religious and bazaar terns of all kinds will be open. Pickets may be obtained through Mrs. Dale Guthrie or Mrs. Oscar Hart. The home is line Ave. The adult committee will Evening of song NORWOOD -- An evening of songs from new antf not so new musicals and old, familiar tunes will be provided by the Norwooc United Methodist Church Asbury Choir at 7:30 tonight, at the church social hall, Chester Pike and Ridley Ave. CHURCH -- Annive- Presbyterian E D D Y S T O N E beginning of the 14th annual series of Rosary devotions, . p.m. Sunday in St. Rose of Lima °y ime there will ervices. Booths at 4700 City e d u c a t i o n present the 'resbyterian forum this Sunday, Ihristian Family Sunday, as a dialogue on marriage. Speakers at the 11 a.m. program will be Bob and Barbara Fishman f the Family Education nstitute in Bala Cynwyd, Both are family counselors in private jractice and he is executive lirector of a non-profit agency, 'Resources for H u m a n Development, Inc." Their topic is "Three 'Myths A b o u t Intimacy." CHURCH Blue Army rites ·y begins at St. Rose sponsored by the Blue Army of Delaware County, will be 8 The in charge of Sunday's devotions/ More information on the B]u» Army and a leaflet on how to say the Rosary are available Roman Catholic Church here. The devotions will take place ;he 13th of each month May through October at the following churches: June, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Ridley- Township; July, St. Francis of Assisi Church, Springfield; August, St. Gabriel's Church, Norwood; September, Our Lady of Charity Churoh, Broolchaven; October, Our Lady of Fatima Church, Ridley Township. The devotions of writing to the Blue Army' Fatima, Brown Scapular Lhe apparitions commemorate at Fatima, Virgin Portugal of the Blessed Mary in bhe early 1900's. The Rev. Charles McMullen, pastor of St. Rose's, will be ST. MARK'S LUTHERAN CHURCH MJeeo.rl Synod Chetlor Plko, RJd|. v Perrfc Donald I, Sallach, Po.ler ·:1 A 11:00 o.m.-Wonhlp l.rric. filO · .m.-Iitneby ftneol end ·IfcU CUi CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Chester Ninth * Highland Ave. 494.9346 9:45 A.M.-Sunday School 11:00 A.M.-Worship Service *:15--Tunt t Junior* 7:00--Evangel Haur 7:30-W«f. Proy»r Motinj REV, E. WALTER MILIEU MT. ZION HOLINESS CHURCH lllh A Central Av»., Chester MOTHER'S DAY SERVICES SUN., MAY 1 3 - 3 P.M. There will b» tervlces honoring all Mothers in the morning, and at 3:00 P.M. fher» well b« a ipecial dedication in honor of th» late Mother Mario Neal given by her daughter, Mrs. Lavinio Gundy and Mrs. Mary Curtis, olso of Mt. Zion Holiness Church. Ther* wiH be an unveiling of Mother Neal'i picture. Mother Marie Neal was a member of Mt. Zion Holiness Church for over 45 yrt. Dinner i» being served a f t e r , the services. ST. PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH 1607 Holmo$ Avonuo Proipocf Park, Pa. SERVICE - 11 A.M. Church School --.Noon R»v. Anthony C. Varcmo IE 2-2761 Using Book of Common Proyor DIVINE LOVE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR DAILY LIFE FIND OUT HOW AT FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Church Sunday School. .11 n.m, 16th Upland Sl., Ch«f« Wtdnotday Mooting t p.m MOUNT HOPE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Village Green 8:30 a.m.--Early Worship 9:30 a.m.--Sunday School for Family 10:45 a.m.--Morning Worship 6:45 p.m.--Youth Meetings 7:45 p.m.--Evening Service Hymn Sing and Special Music SUNDAY, MAY 20 AT 7:45 P.M. ANNUAL CHOIR CONCERT THE WESLEY AN CHURCH Chichestor Wesleyon Church 51 St Chichesttr Ave., ftoothwyn 9:45 A.M. Sunday School 10:43 A.M. Morning Wonhio 6:15 P.M. Youth Meeting 7:00 P.M. Evening Service 7:00 P.M. Wednesday Prayer Meeting and Christian Youth Cruiadtn R*v. W. A. Mostly, Paster Trainer Wet ley on Church 1012 Sunset Ave.. Trainer 9:45 A.M. Sunday School 10:50 A.M. Mtrning Worship 7:00 P.M. Evening Service WED. 7:00 P.M. Christian Youth Crusaders 7:30 P.M. Prayer Meeting Rev. Charles f. Williamson, Poster "A HUENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU" NORTH CHESTER BAPTIST CHURCH PROVIDENCE AVE. at CHESTNUT Rev. Hall Dautel, D.D., Pastor. Randy Hamilton, Youth Director SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. Classes for All Ages MORNING WORSHIP 10:45 A.M. "MOTHER'S BIBLE" YOUTH FELLOWSHIP 6:00 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M. "WHAT A HAPPY PRAYER'." OFF-STREET PARKINO) A WARM WtLCOMI tn fellowship With General Asi'n of Regular Baptist Churchet NATIVITY LUTHERAN 22ND I. EDO MONT, CHESTER Center, 1708 Franklin Ave.. Morton. ·HH DELAWARE VAILEY CHURCH OF CHRIST 585 N. Old Middlefown Rd. .. {Across Rj». 352 from P»nn Star* University) for information Coll 566*0444 Bible School -- 9:45 A.M. Wonhip SBivioo-11 A.M., 7 P.M. RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS 24th Chestnut Sts, Chester, Pa, SUNDAY 11:00 a.m.--Meeting for Worship Meeting Is open to all regardless ot race, color and national origin. ......... 8:13 A.M. Sunday Schoof ....... 9:15 A.M. Tfio Sorvicj « Nuntry 10:45 A.M. MADISON STREET UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sovonth and Madiion Slrttti R*v. Goorgo 1. Ovorloy, Patter 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 A.M. DIVINE WORSHIP "With Lovo" Iclolit and Youth Choir ASTON FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH R»v. Pout E. Rev/go, Poitor Bridgowaltr Rd., Atlon Townthfp 8:30 A.M. Radio Ministry, WXUR 9:30 A.M. Sunday School Class*! for alt cgaj 10:45 A.M. Morning Worihip "Jochebed, A Mother in hfoel" 6:00 P.M. Baptiit Youth Hour 7:00 P.M. Evang»!f«lic Sorvico "Victory in thru Trials" A Lovely Gift for every Mcriher attending any Service throughout the day. 7:30 P.M. Wed. Mid-week Prayer t, Biele Study 7:00 P.M. Fri. A wan a Clubi Special Closing Program Mt Parents are Invitedl In Fellowship With G.A.R.B.C. Third Presbyterian Church 9th Potter Sts., Cheiter Rtv. Charfoi H. Mangold 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 10:45 A.M. Morning Worship NEEDED! CHRISTIAN MOTHER! OVER 700 TOMORROW at Marcus Hook Baptist Church Linwood-Penna. Mothers Honored Deaf to Sing Baptismal Service SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. PREACHING SERVICES 10:45 A.M.-7:00 P.M. RANDY CARROLL-Pastor Coach Lee "Rock" Royer NEW LIFE CRUSADE SUNDAY, MAY 13 10:45 and 7:00 P.M. MONDAY, MAY 14 7 : 30 P.M. SOUL WINNING SEMINAR WEDNESDAY, MAY 16 7:30 P.M. THE COACHJTELLS HIS LIFE STORY GRACE BIBLE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH SOUTH PROVIDENCE RD. (NEAR JUNCTION RTS. 252 AND 320) WAUINGFORD, PENNSYLVANIA

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