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OXNARD : Panel Allows Church to Use Vacant Office

September 04, 1993|PATRICK McCARTNEY

Members of Oxnard's Samoan community have won permission from the city Planning Commission to use a south Oxnard building as their new church.

The Mount Zion Samoan Assembly of God was granted a permit Thursday to convert a vacant medical office at 2100 Pleasant Valley Road into a church. The 50-member congregation will hold Sunday services, Bible study classes and a youth program at the 1,683-square-foot building.

A church spokesman said Friday that the congregation has purchased the new facility after meeting for 12 years in rented quarters on Houston Place.

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