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F'ville's 1st United Methodist Church has its Great Day of Service

Saturday, March 27, marked the annual Fayetteville First United Methodist Church’s Great Day of Service, during which 230 church members spread throughout the community to provide direct hands-on assistance to numerous community services organizations.

Among those organizations were the Atlanta Dream Center, Southwest Christian Hospice, Christian City’s Children’s Village, Promise Place, Fayette Youth Protection Home, and the Joseph Sams School.

A total of 10 offsite organizations received volunteer support on March 27.

In the photo, volunteers from Fayetteville First United Methodist Church, including Senior Pastor Mark Westmoreland, complete work at The Children’s Village, Christian City as part of a larger Great Day of Service effort throughout the community March 27. Photo/Special.

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