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Upcoming worship night features Kelly Minter

Mid-Valley Women of Christ has announced that Kelly Minter, author, speaker, and musician, will be the speaker for its upcoming valley-wide Praise & Worship Night on March 17. 

The event will take place at LIFE Community Church, 4900 NW Highway 99 in Corvallis. 

The praise event draw hundreds of women statewide as the ministry concludes six weeks of community Bible studies held in 16 cities across Oregon.

Minter is a well-known author, speaker, and musician who has inspired women of all ages for over two decades. Her books and Bible studies have been widely popular, and her music has been featured on several worship albums. 

Minter’s message of hope and encouragement is sure to resonate with women of all ages and backgrounds.

“We are thrilled to have Kelly Minter speak at our Praise & Worship Night,” said Lagea Mull, Mid-Valley Women of Christ president. “For the past several weeks over 600 women across Oregon have studied her ‘Encountering God’ lessons via video teaching.

“We are fortunate to be able to provide an opportunity to hear from Kelly in-person. Her relevant message of faith and hope is sure to uplift and inspire all who attend.”

Chris Spivey, an Albany-based worship leader, will lead the evening’s music. 

Other Albany area worship leaders will join him. 

The free event is open to all women. Donations will be graciously accepted during the free-will offering. 

Doors open at 6 p.m. Women are encouraged to arrive early as it is anticipated this event will fill up quickly.

Mid-Valley Women of Christ is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, a faith-based public charity dedicated to Connecting Women to Reflect God’s Love. 

To learn more about this ministry, visit midvalleywomenofchrist.org or write to Mid-Valley Women of Christ, PO Box 397, Albany, Oregon 97321.

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