A few spots left for tomorrow’s Decision America bus

Tomorrow (August 30) at 12 p.m., the Boston Common will be filled with like-minded people of faith lifting up our Commonwealth and our nation in prayer. We encourage you, your family and your church to join us for Franklin Graham’s Decision America Tour in front of the State House!

For those of you still looking for transportation into the city, there are still seats open on the bus from Fellowship Bible Church in Burlington:

  • Departure: 10:45 a.m. from Fellowship Bible Church, 71 Center St., Burlington, MA, 01803
     
  • Return: Those who rode the bus will meet at 1:15 p.m. in front of the State House and will arrive back at Fellowship Bible Church at approximately 2 p.m.
  • Cost: $15 per seat

Please email Michael King (michael@mafamily.org), or call 781-569-0400 to reserve your spot.

Click here for more information on transportation and parking.

We hope to see you at the State House at noon tomorrow, August 30! For promotional material, click here.

For our families and nation,
andrew s full blue

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