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 Wyoming Baptist Church

Since the Nineteen Hundreds it has stood
Serving people all those it could
This church, refuge, this house of worship
Would bring all souls to fellowship

It's stony face, reveals it's age
Yet past red doors, it's turned the page
To bring good news to those who come
Reborn this passage to Gods Kingdom

Made up of those who paved the way
Elders the first who helped to lay
Foundation firm to help withstand
The storms of life, help save the damned

Today this rock, building now holds
Some new faces, both young and old
For GOD breathes life to those who crave
Salvation's strength, today now saved

Words won't express what GOD has done
For each daughter and each new son
That came and come into this place
The lost who sought and seek Gods face

Dedicated to Wyoming Baptist Church Philadelphia PA

Written by Edwin Flores January 31, 2008

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