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UPDATED @ 10:38 PM Rev. R. Paul Hollman Has Left Greater Beulah

Rickey Stokes

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Posted by: RStokes
thehoustonnewspaper@yahoo.com
334-790-1729
Date: May 19 2012 2:05 PM

DOTHAN:    We have confirmed through sources that Rev. R. Paul Hollman of the Greater Beulah Baptist Church has resigned the church and taking a church in the Atlanta Georgia area.


We have confirmed that last Sunday was Hollman's last Sunday.


We have attempted to find what church in the Atlanta area but do not know which one at this time.


UPDATED @ 10:38 PM


Click for article on church Rev. Paul Holman is moving to.


For decades Zion Hill Baptist Church met the spiritual needs of thousands of Cascade area residents from its historic Lynhurst campus.


On May 6, the “Old Zion Hill” facility reopened as New Zion Baptist Church of Atlanta. “The New Zion Baptist Church of Atlanta counts it all joy for the divine privilege and opportunity of continuing this ministry of excellence,” Paul Hollman, senior pastor of the reconstituted congregation.


“This campus serves as a launching pad for a real and relevant ministry – one that again brings hope, help and healing to the community,” Hollman said.


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