On Saturday, a former Pentecostal church in Johnston County will become the new Islamic Center of Smithfield. Local leaders from both Christian and Islamic faiths will take part in a ceremony Saturday morning transferring the church’s crosses over to a group of Christian clergy.
On Saturday, a former Pentecostal church in Johnston County will become the new Islamic Center of Smithfield. Local leaders from both Christian and Islamic faiths will take part in a ceremony Saturday morning transferring the church’s crosses over to a group of Christian clergy. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
On Saturday, a former Pentecostal church in Johnston County will become the new Islamic Center of Smithfield. Local leaders from both Christian and Islamic faiths will take part in a ceremony Saturday morning transferring the church’s crosses over to a group of Christian clergy. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

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