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WARWICK, GA (WALB) -

Warwick will host a new Christian festival this weekend.

The Jesus and Me Festival will be held in the town square Saturday.

It will include several dozen vendors, a parade, and family-friendly activities.

Organizers say the goal is to spread the love of Jesus in the community.

"That we might be able to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, while getting our community involved in what's going on, so that we might have the chance to share what are relationship with Christ is really all about," said Pastor Eric Eidenire.

The festival replaces the Grits festival. 14 area churches will participate. The free festival begins at 9 a.m. Saturday.  

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