Saratoga Alliance Church hold goundbreaking on April 18
On a sunny, albeit breezy, day on April 18, members of the Saratoga Alliance Church gathered to observe the most recent groundbreaking for the growing congregation.
While the event itself was important as it signaled growth, its connection to the church's origins were just as important.
In 1978, Paul Stumbo, the Rocky Mountain District Superintent of the Christian and Missionary Alliance, walked into Mom's Kitchen in Saratoga looking for a group of people he had been told were interested in starting a church.
Upon entering the restaurant, Stumbo couldn't find anybody he immediately identifi...