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PVCC Worship Services Moved to 7th Day Adventist Church

Sunday Worship services for the Penn Valley Community Church will take place at 10:00 AM at the Penn Valley Seventh Day Adventist Church on Penn Valley Road following the tragic loss of the Penn Valley Community Church building on Spenceville Road. The Church was destroyed by fire early Saturday morning. Pastor David Hagey says he reached out the the Seventh Day Adventists after he stopped by his church  witnessing the destruction.

Click here to listen to Pastor David Hagey

Pastor Hagey tells KNCO It was a shocking way to begin Saturday morning.*

Click here to listen to Pastor David Hagey

The Pastor was able to work with the Adventists to use their facility on Sunday, but he doesn’t know how other activities will be effected. The building is completely destroyed.

Click here to listen to Pastor David Hagey

One organization already has found an alternate meeting location. The 4-H meeting that was scheduled for Tuesday is taking place at Western Gateway Park.

While standing and taking in the enormity of the disaster, Pastor Hagey was thankful no one was injured.

Click here to listen to Pastor David Hagey

When asked how he was feeling and what he was thinking as he watched crews working what was left of the building, Pastor Hagey simply mouthe the words…” I don’t know”

Penn Valley Community Church Worship Services are 10:00 AM Sunday at the Seventh Day Adventist Church across from the Post Office in Penn Valley.

1 Comment

September 13, 2014

Colleen Bond

This is such sad news and my heart goes out to the members of the PV Community Church. Our community has always been one that gives, shares and helps in times of need and I pray that everyone will reach out to help this wonderful group of believers as they grasp the enormous loss of their facility and begin the journey of rebuilding. May God see their tears and hold them close in His love.

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