NVCC sets its Fall Revival


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NEW VIENNA — The New Vienna Community Church announces its Fall Revival with evangelist Dan Cook and gospel singer Nina Nash.

These services start Sunday, Oct. 21 at 10:30 a.m., with evening services at 7 p.m. The revival will continue Monday and Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the church at 412 West St.

Dan Cook was a son of a minister and brought up in a Godly family, but at the age of 17, he joined a motorcycle club and turned his back on God. When he was 44, he came back to Christ and accepted the call into ministry at age 49. The Lord has blessed him for many years with a successful ministry in winning souls for the Kingdom.

He is a graduate of Greenfield McClain High School and currently lives in the Chillicothe area.

Nina Nash comes from a whole family of musicians and has sung since she was a small child. As a young adult, she started singing in bars, but God touched her heart, and she turned her gift towards Him. She has been singing gospel music with a little bit of country and bluegrass thrown in for over 30 years.

She lives in Washington Court House and sings with a band for the Rose Avenue Community Center, an outreach of her home church there.

Pastor Dan Mayo of the New Vienna Community Church invites you to these revival services.

“We are pleased to have Dan and Nina with us, and we know you will be blessed by Dan’s preaching and Nina’s singing,” he said.

For more information, please call 937-725-0445.

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