Soboba’s Kut Poki Church welcomes all

The church has been ministering to Native Americans since 1997 Courtesy of Yaseer HandallA Kut Poki Lighthouse movie night for the Soboba community was recently held. ■ By Mike Hiles / Contributed Founded in 1997, the Kut Poki Church holds services every second and fourth Saturday of the month at the Soboba Reservation. “I believe that the Lord had called me and my sister to have this church – for the people of our tribe. It’s not limited to the people of Soboba, but to anyone that would like to attend,” Lorina Duro said. The creation of the church was a joint effort by Duro, her sister Virginia Duenaz, Jerome and

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