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August 28, 2004

Albany -- An East Albany Church is reaching out to people who have moved away hoping to bring them back into the fold.

CornerStone Ministries is using it's annual Community and Family Day event to invite people who've moved away from East Albany back into the community.

"So many people are pulling out from East Albany and leaving the people behind that are messed up the most. We believe having these types of events will help us bring them in and help feel the love of God," says Pastor Clifford Hill of Cornerstone Ministries.

There was lots of entertainment to keep guests busy including games and food. The church even held a school-supply give-away.

posted at 6:29PM by scott.hunter@walb.com

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