Meridian Star


September 30, 2012

Sunday, September 30, 2012


MERIDIAN —     Sincerely,

    Fred O. Poitevent, Jr.  

Fresh start!

    Mission Mississippi is making a fresh start in Meridian and Lauderdale County. As a statewide movement we have been leading the way in Christian racial reconciliation and healing since 1993.

    Our mission is to encourage and demonstrate unity in the Body of Christ across racial and denominational lines so that communities throughout Mississippi can better understand the gospel message. We are now active in more than 20 communities around the state and expanding.

    We want to share with you the exciting news of exploring the possibility of forming a “new” Mission Mississippi chapter in your area. There will be a discussion and planning gathering on Monday, Oct., 1 at 6 p.m.

    The gathering will be held at the Union Station on 1901 Front Street in Meridian. The purpose of the gathering will be to present and discuss information about the formation of a Mission Mississippi Meridian chapter and other opportunities to be involved in racial reconciliation and healing.

    Please join us in this intentional effort to build trusting relationships and better communities by listening, learning and living together in Unity.

    If you need additional information please contact me at 601-353-6477 or 601-665-5900.

    Pressing toward the goal,                                                       

     Neddie Winters, president,

Mission Mississippi

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