First Christian Church treats WPD


On Sunday, May 22, Sunday School youth from First Christian Church in Wilmington made treat bags and delivered them to the Wilmington Police Department in connection with National Police Week this month. “Thanks to our wonderful peace officers and staff for all you do,” said Pastor Tom Stephenson. From left are Lindsey Murphy with the treats, Lynn Rogers, Elizabeth Rogers, Colton Smith, Cadence Smith, Mackenzie “Pip” Pyle and Sam Stephenson​.


On Sunday, May 22, Sunday School youth from First Christian Church in Wilmington made treat bags and delivered them to the Wilmington Police Department in connection with National Police Week this month. “Thanks to our wonderful peace officers and staff for all you do,” said Pastor Tom Stephenson. From left are Lindsey Murphy with the treats, Lynn Rogers, Elizabeth Rogers, Colton Smith, Cadence Smith, Mackenzie “Pip” Pyle and Sam Stephenson​.

On Sunday, May 22, Sunday School youth from First Christian Church in Wilmington made treat bags and delivered them to the Wilmington Police Department in connection with National Police Week this month. “Thanks to our wonderful peace officers and staff for all you do,” said Pastor Tom Stephenson. From left are Lindsey Murphy with the treats, Lynn Rogers, Elizabeth Rogers, Colton Smith, Cadence Smith, Mackenzie “Pip” Pyle and Sam Stephenson​.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_stephenson_p_f.jpgOn Sunday, May 22, Sunday School youth from First Christian Church in Wilmington made treat bags and delivered them to the Wilmington Police Department in connection with National Police Week this month. “Thanks to our wonderful peace officers and staff for all you do,” said Pastor Tom Stephenson. From left are Lindsey Murphy with the treats, Lynn Rogers, Elizabeth Rogers, Colton Smith, Cadence Smith, Mackenzie “Pip” Pyle and Sam Stephenson​.
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