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Second Baptist Church of Riverside Celebrates Senior Pastor's 20th Anniversary

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The year 2010 will become a milestone in Riverside, California History. Second Baptist Church of Riverside, California will honor Pastor T. Ellsworth Gantt, II for 20 years of pastoral leadership. “It is with great pleasure that we the members of Second Baptist Church honor and esteem our great Leader, T. Ellsworth Gantt, II, an outstanding Pastor, Preacher, and Teacher,” said Chair Berna Crumer. “Pastor has been ministering for 41 years.

Our Pastor is deserving of double honor. He is an anointed teacher & preacher whom God called at the age of 17 remains on the battle field disciplining the unsaved and strengthening the saved,” she continued. He continues to share the vision that God has given him, by giving hope to those in despair, strengthening the weak and restoring joy through the Word of God. “We the members want to take this time to celebrate the man of God for his labor,” said Trustee Jerald Moore.

The public is invited to come celebrate on Sunday, March 21, 2010 and Sunday, March 28, 2010 at 4 p.m. Guest churches will be Second Baptist Church of Indio, Pastor Ricky Williams; Victory Temple of Moreno Valley, Bishop Randy Triplett, Pastor; Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, Dr. Melvin V. Wade, Sr. Pastor, the Second Baptist Church of Monrovia, Bishop William LaRue Dillard, Pastor; Faith Fellowship Bible Church, Pastor Mark Williams; Crown of Life Ministries, Pastor Dwight Jones. These two days of celebration promises soul stirring, foot stomping, hand clapping event.

Second Baptist Church of Riverside is located at 2911 Ninth Street in Riverside, California. For more information, call (951) 684-7532 or visit us at www.secondbaptistriverside.org.

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