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Washington to host Interdenominational, Interracial Hymn Festival

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First United Methodist Church will host "Singspiration:  A Pan-Methodist Songfest for Beaufort County Methodists and Friends" this Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. in the church's Wesley Hall. 

Reverend Charles Smith tells 9 On Your Side four African-American Methodist congregations will join several United Methodist churches in an hour-long program of congregational singing of favorite hymns led by six different choirs.  A reception will conclude this historic gathering.  First United Methodist Church is located in the 200 block of West 2nd and Third Streets and is bordered by Gladden and Van Norden Streets. 

Call 252-946-4084 for further information.

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