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Re: [FSP] Grafton's Peaceful Assembly Church - membership drive and potluck

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  • Tim Condon
    Jeremy, you may want to downplay the liberty & freedom & peace activism aspect of the church; that makes it look more like a political activism organization
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 3, 2013
      Jeremy, you may want to downplay the "liberty & freedom & peace" activism aspect of the church; that makes it look more like a political activism organization than a church. 

      On Wed, Oct 2, 2013 at 10:45 PM, Jeremy J. Olson <yahoogroups@...> wrote:

      Grafton's Peaceful Assembly Church is looking for members, volunteers,
      and supporters. If you believe in peace and liberty, perhaps you would
      like to join us. Membership is free, and Peaceful Assembly Church is
      open to all who believe in peace: Catholic, Protestant, Muslim, Jew,
      Hindu, Buddhist, Nothing-at-all, or Something-in-between. All are

      Peaceful Assembly Church was organized in 2010 in Grafton by John
      Connell, a liberty and peace activist who moved to New Hampshire as
      part of the Free State movement. Since its inception, the Church has
      been host to a number of community and liberty events, including
      dinners for the Liberty Scholarship Fund; the yearly Grafton Apple
      Festival (in its sixth year now); the Liberty, Justice & Peace
      Gathering in 2011, the year that Liberty Forum was cancelled; and an
      NHLA activist-training event in 2012. This past year, Pastor John
      Connell signed the church over to a new Board of Directors who are
      looking to grow the Church's membership and expand the church's
      outreach to Grafton and to the liberty community around the rest of New
      Hampshire. Learn more at http://www.peacefulassemblychurch.org/.

      A potluck-style get-together will be held on Sunday, October 6,
      starting at 3pm, and is open to any interested potential members. We
      want to hear from you about what you would like to see in a church
      serving the liberty community. The church is located at 860 Main St.,
      Grafton, NH, 03240. If you have any questions, you can contact Jeremy
      J. Olson at jeremy -@- jeremyjolson.com or Tom Ploszaj at tom -@-

      Jeremy J. Olson

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