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What Generations Church
When 'Planted' April 1st, 2001 by Rich and Melissa Witmer
Where Yuma, Arizona
Who Pastor Rich and Melissa Witmer - Senior Pastors; Pastor Cal and Carolyn Witmer; Pastor Nate and Renee Shepherd; Pastor Sarah Goheen
Affiliation Generations Church is "a non-denominational Christian Church" and is "connected by relationship to Mission Charismatic International, of Bogota, Colombia. We are submitted to Pastor Richard Santiago and ultimately to Pastor Cesar Castellanos of MCI."
Info Sources Information from the church's official websiteoffsite

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This post was last updated: Aug. 12, 2009