Help for families of deployed soldiers explained in Dillon

Help for families of deployed soldiers explained in Dillon
DILLON – Members of the National Guard set up shop in St James Episcopal Church in Dillon on Monday to educate people on the resources available to service members and families pre, during, and post deployment.
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Obamas attend services at Episcopal church
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Obama and his family attended an hourlong service Sunday morning at a church a block north of the White House. Accompanied by his wife, Michelle, and their daughters, Malia and Sasha, Mr. Obama strolled across Lafayette Square to attend St. John’s Church. Sasha held her father’s …
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Intown Faith Matters
Harvest Day and Homecoming Today-Sunday, St. Phillip AME Church, 613 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. The community is invited to the services. The theme is “Gathering God’s Harvest: Reaching out to others.” 6:30- 8 p.m. today and Thursday – Youth and Family Emphasis Night. 10 a.m. Sunday – “Pack the Pews”; Caribbean and African attire. For information, call 912-233-2083. Luncheon Noon today, Carey …
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Help available for families of deployed soldiers

Help available for families of deployed soldiers
Members of the National Guard set up shop in St James Episcopal Church in Dillon to educate people on the resources available to service members and families pre, during, and post deployment.
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Obamas walk to church for Sunday services
US President Barack Obama made a rare public appearance at a church service yesterday, walking from the White House with his family to nearby St John’s Episcopal church. They joined about 40 other worshippers, taking communion as a family and hearing a sermon.
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Church to unveil master plan
BRATTLEBORO — This Sunday after its 10 a.m. service, Saint Michael’s Episcopal Church in Brattleboro will introduce its new master plan. Robert Taylor of Taylor & Burns Architects in Boston, Mass., will lead the presentation.
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