Missionaries To Talk About Fighting Human Trafficking At Union Church

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UNION – On Sunday, Nov. 20, a family of missionaries will join congregation members for the 6:30 p.m. service at Calvary Assembly of God, 953 West Chestnut Street, Union.

The Foster family, Jerry, April and their three children, have been working to fight against human trafficking in Europe. They work with the Pentecostal European Fellowship and the Breaking Chains Network to try to provide a safe place for these victims and training so they can live a live free from the bonds of slavery.

For more information about Calvary Assembly of God, visit www.CalvaryAssembly.tv

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