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Family Movie Night!

Family Movie Night!

Check it out! We are hosting our first ever Family Movie Night! And it’s a double header! That’s right! TWO movies! Oh, and FOOD!! All for $10 per person suggested donation because… it’s also a building fund fundraiser! Woohoo! Win-WIn-WIN! First flick – some animated kids movie – Second movie- TBD, probably a Christian film that involves families. You know, because it’s a family movie night? So come on out and join us! This is going to be good! Food, fun and fellowship!...

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Youth Parents Meeting! 5th grade and UP!

Do you have a student in 5th grade? Have you ever wondered what the youth do after church? Would you like to see if our youth group is right for your student? Come on out and meet the team! Oh, and eat too! Lunch will be provided 🙂 Topics include: 5th grade – we want YOU! What does Fusion mean? Why did we change the name? What’s all that buzz about camp? Let me tell you! Or better yet – show you! What are we studying? Where do we get our curriculum?......

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Rally honors drug victims, survivors

Area fatal overdose victims were honored with a Walk of Hope and prayer at the end of the fourth annual Addicted to Hope Rally outside Handley High School on Saturday. EVAN GOODENOW/The Winchester Star Facebook Twitter Email Print Save WINCHESTER — As blues guitarist David Roy played Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” in memory of fatal overdose victims at the fourth annual Addicted to Hope Rally on Saturday at Handley High School, Caleb Comer was wearing a memorial T-shirt honoring his first cousin Desirae Lynn-Miller. Lynn-Miller, a 34-year-old mother of five from......

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'There's a lot of love' in church's monthly meals

WINCHESTER — Zack Taylor has spent nearly a fourth of his life serving meals to the less fortunate. The Evendale Elementary School student, who is just a few weeks shy of turning 10, has been volunteering with his church, Grace Downtown of Winchester, since he was 7. “If people can’t help themselves, we should help them,” Zack said. Grace Downtown started serving monthly community meals shortly after it was founded in August 2015. On Friday, the church’s monthly meal was provided to residents and guests of Winchester Rescue Mission‘s homeless shelter at 435 N. Cameron......

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