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North Metro Church, Kennesaw, Georgia USA
Georgia, USA
Celebrated our first service on Barrett Parkway on September 29, 2002. As the Lord continued to draw more and more people to the church it expanded its campus to meet the needs of its growing body. In September 2007, it completed the second phase of its building expansion that included additional worship venues and seating, classrooms, meeting spaces, and a cafe.
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