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City Temple Seventh-day Adventist Church
8816 Grand River Ave.
Detroit, MI 48204

Phone: 313-897-0506
Fax: 313-897-4965


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Prayer Line
Prayer line 6:55 a.m. & 6:55 p.m. everyday 7 days a week.
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News
Office Administrator Position
March 18, 2015
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Stewardship Commitment
January 27, 2015
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Relive Worship Services at City Temple
November 02, 2014
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Online Giving
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Jobs And More
Click here for jobs, internships and scholarships (Updated 3/28/15)
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Staff
» Leon Bryant, Sr.
Pastor

» Hayward Penny
First Elder

» James Smith, Jr.
Head Deacon

» Elaine Wilson
Bible Worker

» Church Secretary
Secretary

» Jennifer Brunson
Communication Leader

Events
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Motor City Operation ReachBack Weekend
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Countdown To Eternity
April 22
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60th General Conference Session
July 2 - July 11
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Weekly Bulletin

Here is our bulletin for the week beginning 3-28-15

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Click here for Part 2






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Schedule
Monday
12:00PM:
Soup Kitchen
Wednesday
12:00PM:
Noon Prayer Service
7:00PM:
Evening Prayer Service
Thursday
12:00PM:
Soup Kitchen
Saturday
9:15AM:
Sabbath School
11:00AM:
Divine Service
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Sabbath School

First Quarter 2015








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About Us
In this section we present a historical account of City Temple Church of Seventh-day Adventists. Part 1, The Prologue, discusses the context of City Temple within the framework of the Early Church (New Testament), Slavery and the Civil War.
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