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WeatherStone Church | New Facility Ribbon Cutting

June 5, 2014

WeatherStone Church New Facility Dedication & Ribbon Cutting

Sunday, June 8, 2014 | 10:30am

New Berlin, WI – WeatherStone Church is honored to dedicate its new facility on Sunday, June 8, 2014, at 10:30am with a Dedication Service and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Special speakers include the Mayor of New Berlin, David Ament, the Waukesha County Executive, Daniel Vrakas, Wisconsin/Northern Michigan District of the Assemblies of God Superintendent, Rev. Larry Liebe, and Overseer/former Green Bay Packer, Rev. Ken Ellis. Our Dedication Service will be followed by a Western Themed Picnic on our grounds complete with food, petting zoo, pony rides, bouncy house, live band and much more!

WeatherStone’s 25,000 sq. ft. addition, located on Greenfield Ave., includes a new state of the art 1,000 seat auditorium, children’s classrooms, and cafe.

WeatherStone is excited about our presence in the neighborhood and looking forward to many years of serving our community.


About WeatherStone Church

Our Vision
WeatherStone is a life giving church, excited about bringing abundant life to all people.

Our Mission
To be externally focused and see the lost saved, to be culturally relevant without compromising the Word of God, for people to grow in their knowledge and understanding of God, and to encourage and edify our church and community.


WeatherStone Church
1500 S. West Lane (1 block west of Calhoun Rd. on Greenfield Ave.)
New Berlin, Wisconsin 53151
(262) 754-1122
www.weatherstonechurch.org

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