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Foyer of Riverstone Church
Georgia, USA
RiverStone Church is a community church. Its vision is to have a community that is transformed by God. RiverStone offers Christ-centered worship and resources through several ministries, including children's, youth, men's and women's ministries and through prayer and worhip, missions and student ministries.
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