Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Vandals Attack Church
Vandals attacked a downtown Bristol worship center whose focus is to feed and minister to the homeless. Someone hurled a rock into the church's window, causing it to break. The vandals did 5-hundred dollars worth of damage to the worship center. The church offers food and clothing to those in need, and survives solely on donations. Director Barbara Knoll says if money is used for the window that takes away funds to help those in great need. Knoll says because she believes in forgiveness, she won’t be filing a report to the police, and will continue with helping those in need. (CC)

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