Pictured are the the area five clergyman who volunteer as chaplains with the Bluffton Police Department. They are, from left, Rev. Brian Rose, Church of the Cross; Rev. Manuel Diaz, Iglesia Torre Fuerte; Rev. Bennie Jenkins, First Zion Baptist Church; Rev. Paul Hamilton, Bible Missionary Baptist Church and lead chaplain Rev. John Ring, Grace Coastal Church in Okatie.
Pictured are the the area five clergyman who volunteer as chaplains with the Bluffton Police Department. They are, from left, Rev. Brian Rose, Church of the Cross; Rev. Manuel Diaz, Iglesia Torre Fuerte; Rev. Bennie Jenkins, First Zion Baptist Church; Rev. Paul Hamilton, Bible Missionary Baptist Church and lead chaplain Rev. John Ring, Grace Coastal Church in Okatie. Submitted
Pictured are the the area five clergyman who volunteer as chaplains with the Bluffton Police Department. They are, from left, Rev. Brian Rose, Church of the Cross; Rev. Manuel Diaz, Iglesia Torre Fuerte; Rev. Bennie Jenkins, First Zion Baptist Church; Rev. Paul Hamilton, Bible Missionary Baptist Church and lead chaplain Rev. John Ring, Grace Coastal Church in Okatie. Submitted

Chaplains ride along, offer solace at Bluffton crime scenes

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