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United Methodist Church announces Deborah Davis as new pastor

Bemidji United Methodist Church recently welcomed Deborah Davis as its new pastor, with her first official Sunday being June 26.

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Bemidji United Methodist Church recently welcomed Deborah Davis as its new pastor, with her first official Sunday being June 26.

"Pastor Davis is a well-known member of the Bemidji community for her artistic as well as spiritual gifts, and looks forward to her new role at BUMC and in the community," a release said. "Davis received her ordination from UCFM and her LLP from Dakota Conference. All are welcome to attend Sunday morning worship and greet Pastor Davis as she begins her ministry."

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