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Local church members work to end domestic violence

Along with messages about prayer groups and pot luck dinners, this week’s church bulletin may contain a note about domestic violence.
Placing educational material in churches was one of the first projects of Ministries Against Domestic Violence, a nondenominational group of Great Bend parishioners who support the efforts of the Family Crisis Center. They’ve also distributed brochures and spoken directly to pastors about how churches can be one of the first pillars of support for families affected by domestic violence.
Since it began a few years ago, Ministries Against Domestic Violence has raised over $4,000 for the ...


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