Ennes and his wife Shari founded the church last fall. Their mission is to bring a weekly dose of religion to their affluent neighbors. Meetings began in the living room of their downtown condo. In February, they worked out a deal with Hilarities. On April Fools Day, more than 100 congregants showed up at the club for an hour-long prayer service and concert by the churchs four-piece Christian-rock band. In his sermon, Ennes told his flock that he plans to partner with neighboring businesses to plant trees and clean streets. He even wants to throw parties during Tribe, Browns, and Cavs games. Its a perfect fit that God has led us to, says Ennes.
Sundays, 10:30 a.m., 2007
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