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Staunton News Leader - 10/13/2018

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ay at the old West View Methodist Church on Parkersburg Turnpike in Swoope.

those who are not yet part of any church, according to the organization’s website. “It is here diversity of talents and gifts are not only invited but encour- aged through fellowship and bluegrass music,” the two explained.

Creating a community

Right now, DePoy, Hills and others are using the church space for free but

love and to love our neighbors. Our presence together is a place to feel safe and respected and a fords each of us the grace and peace of God’s love. They’ve created a community, but didn’t expect it to really catch on. They have about a dozen people come to the spirit jams on the regular. “Up until recently we didn’t see what we did was out of the ordinary,” DePoy said. Hills said they came back to Swoope

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