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Good News Gloucester to hold weeklong revival

Milton Hardin, former chaplain of the Washington Redskins, will be the lead pastor during a weeklong ministry event that is scheduled for this fall.

Good News Gloucester, a movement born out of a group of men from all denominations and races, is scheduled to be held Sept. 29 through Oct. 4 at the former Page Middle School site on Route 17. The event, which will be held under a 6,000-square-foot tent, is meant to bring all of the churches together in the community as the Body of Christ.

According to Timothy Byrd, organizer for the event, Good News Gloucester was a vision of the Gloucester Men’s Ministry, which he said was the “catalyst to stir the hearts of men in Gloucester and the surrounding communities to pray unceasingly since the ministry’s inception in 2017.”

The GMM had its first gathering in early August 2017 to pray for the first annual conference, which was held in September of that year. “Over 200 men came together to worship the Lord Jesus,&...

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