Vaughan Drinkard and Kelly Finley joined us on Studio10 to talk about Cornerstone Gardens bringing "Jerusalem to the Port City"!

The group has organized a weekend full of appearances from Dr. Stephen Bridge. Bridge is the Executive Director of the Garden Tomb, Jerusalem. This is his first visit to America!

Near the heart of Jerusalem is a place called The Garden Tomb. Theological scholars and historians believe this garden belonged to Joseph of Arimathea and was the burial and resurrection site of Jesus Christ.

Don't miss the opportunity to meet Dr Stephen Bridge and hear the amazing story of the discovery of the Garden Tomb!

Meet & Hear Dr. Stephen Bridge: Children Welcomel

SATURDAY, September 14: 10 a.m. to Noon

"Up Close and Personal" with Stephen Bridge at

the Cornerstone Gardens

Cornerstone Gardens, 1066 Government Street

Mobile, AL (Parking available)

SUNDAY September 15: 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.

Cottage Hill Baptist Church

4255 Cottage Hill Rd. Mobile, AL

SUNDAY September 15: 6:00 - 7:00 P.M.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church

4051 Old Shell Rd. Mobile, AL

Cornerstone Gardens and Carriage Repose were created to be a support ministry for rest, reflection and meditation for individuals in ministry. The Carriage House and Cornerstone House are places pastors and missionaries can stay for short periods. Cornerstone Gardens consists of more than 6,000 plants and trees, provides a place of prayer for pastors and for the community.

Location: 1066 Government Street


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