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SHERMAN, TX--- Several Texoma churches are coming together to embrace the "ONE Church, Many Congregations" campaign. After eight years of preparation, the campaign finally launched last Sunday.

Today, several Texomans participated in the five week series. The movement unites churches on what they have in common, instead of focusing on their differences.

"Local churches here in the Texoma area are coming together to say yes we have differences but, our differences don't divide us," Sherman Bible Church Co-Lead Pastor Denny Henderson said.

Currently, over 30 churches have joined. All of the participating churches share the same core beliefs. For five Sundays members of these churches will come together to share the same messages, pray and support one another.

For information, you can go to the movement's webpage, here.