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April 17th, 2013

Services in Spanish new at KB Presby

To better serve its expanding church family and the greater Key Biscayne community, the Key Biscayne Presbyterian Church will begin offering, for the first time, separate Spanish services on Sundays. 
KBPC has long offered simultaneous Spanish and Portuguese translations, theology classes in two languages and Bible studies in three, but until now has offered just one Sunday service in English.
Beginning Easter Sunday, the church hopes to enhance the worship experience of its Spanish speakers with an 11:45 a.m. Spanish service, which will take place after the 10 a.m. service for those who prefer English. A light brunch will be served between the two services at 11:15 a.m. to encourage the entire congregation to come together.
Church members have discussed the idea of creating an additional service for more than a year, and invite all to attend these regular services.
Attendance at Key Biscayne Presbyterian has steadily grown under Pastor David Moran’s leadership. The church takes seriously its goal of welcoming every visitor that walks through its doors.
For more information on the church, see www.kbpc.org (English) or www.kbpc.org/es (Spanish), or call the church office at 305-361-2058. 

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