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Artesian Well Celebrates
By Cora Jackson-Fossett (Religion Editor)
Published July 14, 2011

Pastor James and Lady Kathleen Norman
Pastor James and First Lady Kathleen Norman

Artesian Well Church will dedicate its new edifice at 3960 E. Gilman Street in Long Beach on Sunday, July 24, at 5 p.m., announced Dr. James P. Norman Jr., pastor and founder, and First Lady Kathleen Norman.

“Everyone is invited to come share in this glorious event and be a part of what the Lord is doing in Long Beach. This will be an occasion filled with celebration to declare and solemnly set apart for the service and worship of God,” said Dr. Norman.

According to Associate Pastor Nilon Seals, Artesian Well offers events and programs for the entire family. “You will love Artesian Well and enjoy meaningful Bible Study, powerful messages, and innovative and fresh new ways to learn and worship.”

The main emphasis of the church is to aid believers in experiencing God through current music and relevant teaching, grow in relationship with Christ through fellowship, serve God through generous sharing of spiritual gifts, and make a difference in the world by sharing the love of Christ.

For more information, call (562) 495-4100 or visit


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