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May 22, 2013

Worship leader releases album

PLAINFIELD — Molly Keller, worship leader at Plainfield Christ Fellowship, recently released a self-titled album. The album is a compilation of songs that reflect Keller’s heart for worship and ministry. It’s a diverse CD, featuring hymns, contemporary, Spanish, Hebrew, and a rendition of Cat Steven’s “Peace Train.”

The entire track listing is:

  • “He is Yahweh;”
  • “Glorious;”
  • “Before the Throne;”
  • “Revelation Song;”
  • “Jerusalem of Gold;”
  • “A Mighty Fortress;”
  • “Come Thou Fount;”
  • “Peace Train;”
  • “Give Me Jesus;” and
  • “Jesus What a Friend.”

Plainfield Christ Fellowship will be giving the CDs to anyone with a Plainfield address.

Visit the website at www.gopcf.com to fill out a form or call 500-4340 to receive a copy.

Plainfield Christ Fellowship is at 301 S Center St., Plainfield.

 

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