Heather Bender, a teacher at All Saints Episcopal Church Preschool, leads her students in assembling Jesus bracelet kits for the students at La Redencion Episcopal School in the Dominican Republic.
Heather Bender, a teacher at All Saints Episcopal Church Preschool, leads her students in assembling Jesus bracelet kits for the students at La Redencion Episcopal School in the Dominican Republic. Special to Lowcountry Life
Heather Bender, a teacher at All Saints Episcopal Church Preschool, leads her students in assembling Jesus bracelet kits for the students at La Redencion Episcopal School in the Dominican Republic. Special to Lowcountry Life

Religion News: All Saints preschoolers reach out to Dominican Republic school

April 21, 2012 12:01 AM

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