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Augusta Unitarians pray, demonstrate support for Ukrainians



Members and friends of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Augusta organized a prayer vigil on March 7 for the victims of the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian conflict. Around 30 people stood along Walton Way Extension wearing colors of the Ukrainian Flag, holding sunflowers, which is the country’s offic...

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  1. First Baptist Church Augusta will host a non-denominational community wide prayer service for the Ukranians Sunday,March 13, 4:00 PM. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to see the sanctuary overflowing with people of all faiths in support of the Ukranian people?

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