NEO Church to hold service at Arnold School Sunday

Posted 9/12/19

NEO Church to hold service

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NEO Church to hold service at Arnold School Sunday


NEO Church will be opening on Sunday, Sept. 15, at Arnold Memorial Elementary School.

Lead pastors are Dustin and Sarah Wilson. They have been married and in full-time ministry together since 2007.

“We truly believe that the local church is the hope of the world. A place where anyone can come, truly just as they are, and encounter God’s love. A place where religion is diminished and relationship is developed. A place where there is evident joy and excitement in serving the Lord and the community. A place where God takes the hurt and broken and restores them into a new relationship with Him,” Dustin Wilson said.
“This journey — it’s always been about providing an atmosphere where one more person who might be far from God, far from their purpose or far from community can come. Completely broken. Down to their last thread of hope. Giving God, the church and people just one more chance,” said Sarah Wilson.

Both Wilsons are graduates of Lee University. He holds a bachelor arts in church leadership and administration. Her degree is in graphic design and marketing.

They are both “passionate about building the Kingdom and seeing those far from God do something new for God.”

The couple lives in Cleveland with daughter, Riley Marie.

The service will begin at 10:30 a.m. There will be a cake and cola party after the service.
NEO kids classes will be provided for ages 6 weeks up to fifth grade.


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