LEWISTON – The Jesus Party Pentecostal Urban Ministry will host a three-night old-fashioned street preaching experience with its ministry partner, the Salvation Army of Lewiston, from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, June 22 to 24.

Douglas E. Taylor and Capt. John Bennett invite the public to join them at the gazebo in Kennedy Park for a time of singing, praying and scripture reading.

The theme for the nightly meetings is “Compassion Cures a Community.”

Taylor said he and Bennett have been inspired and provoked to urban evangelism by the late Gen. William Booth (1829-1912), who founded the worldwide religious and humanitarian organization for the Salvation Army. Together, with his missionary family, he was a key player in the revivalist reform movement of the 19th century.

For more information, call 786-5568.

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