Baptism of Hazel Genevieve

On Sunday, February 11th, we had the baptism of Hazel Genevieve, daughter of Daniel and Kathleen Moss. We congratulate them as well as, her sponsors, Rdr. George Kaloroumakis and Mat. Emily Parsells, gathered friends, and the entire family.

May the Lord grant the newly-illuminted, handmaiden of God, Hazel Genevieve and them all heath, strength, salvation, furtherance in every good thing and many blessed years!

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Baptism of Hazel Genevieve - 02/11/18

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10315 Carey Road
Berlin, MD 21811
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