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Tea party celebrates religious freedom

Published on -9/20/2013, 8:28 AM

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American women are blessed with not only prosperity and comfort, but also religious freedom to meet together for encouragement and also to have tea. Now it's time for all American women to share these blessings with other women around the world, and the "Simply Sisters" movement is doing that, simply by hosting tea parties.

Sheila Shields, the creator of this movement, will be in Hays to include local congregation members as sisters and relay information on blessing the women of other nations. She will host a tea party at 3 p.m. Oct. 12 at Liberty Foursquare Church, 120 W. Ninth. Come for encouragement, but also for information on hosting a "Simply Sisters" tea in a country of your choice.

RSVP by calling Liberty Foursquare Church at (785) 625-6245.

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