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6 Reasons moms with little ones should go to church

  1. God is love!
  2. A lovely opportunity to come together with your community
  3. Silent Prayer = you can close your eyes and enjoy several minutes of peace and quiet for once this week!
  4. Complimentary snacks and fellowship lunches
  5. Free daycare for at least an hour
  6. If it’s communion, you just might get to sip a little wine!

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