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Mission Day

Bethany United Methodist Church, Gloucester Point, celebrated Mission Day on Sunday by awarding $14,000 in proceeds from its 2022 Bethany Bazaar to 24 deserving organizations serving the Gloucester community and beyond. Representatives in attendance spoke briefly about their organizations and the services they provide. A luncheon honoring the recipient organizations was held after the Celebration of Giving during the 11 a.m. service. Pictured, front row from left, Pastor Wendy Roundy (Helping the Homeless), Carol Jo Osinski (Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic), Alyssa Grant (Boys and Girls Club), John Capin (Abingdon Backpack Program), Judy Burner (Bethany Bazaar); second row, Maria Post (Salvation Army), Doug Roundy (Helping the Homeless), Marsha Germek (Samaritan Group and Gloucester Housing Partnership), Yvonda Roberts-Whitfield (G.U.E.S.T.), Diane Plentovich (Habitat for Humanity), Nancy Wilburn (Bethany Bazaar); third row, the Rev. Moonsup “Paul” Song (Pastor’s Discretionary Fund), R...

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