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From mansion to factory

The Diocese of Connecticut moved their diocesan offices to a repurposed factory in an old mill town. Ball bearings were invented to help machines turns smoothly

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#blacklives matter

Bishop Charles E. Blake Sr. of the Church of God in Christ has asked COGIC churches to observe Black Lives Matter Sundaythis coming Sunday, December 14, 2014. As Bishop Blake’s friend and counterpart in the Assemblies of God, I ask that all AG churches do the same. I have two reasons for doing so.

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