Myra Parker carves turkey as she helps prepare a meal for the first soup kitchen at the Spring Hill AME Church in the Sheldon township community last week. A newly developed ministry called YAMS hosted the soup kitchen.
Myra Parker carves turkey as she helps prepare a meal for the first soup kitchen at the Spring Hill AME Church in the Sheldon township community last week. A newly developed ministry called YAMS hosted the soup kitchen. Jonathan Dyer/The Beaufort Gazette
Myra Parker carves turkey as she helps prepare a meal for the first soup kitchen at the Spring Hill AME Church in the Sheldon township community last week. A newly developed ministry called YAMS hosted the soup kitchen. Jonathan Dyer/The Beaufort Gazette

Religion News: New ministry at Spring Hill AME Church gives back with soup kitchen

February 04, 2012 12:01 AM

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