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Gradyville Baptist Church, August 10, 2013

2013-08-11 - 159 Old Gradyville Church Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. The Little Church in Big Creek Valley the focal point of a scene symbolizing what's right in the world, was a scene of togetherness last evening, Saturday, August 11, 2013 at the First Annual Gradyville Baptist Church Community Fish Fry, Kiddy Day, and Saturday Night Singing. It was a symbol, first, of humanity's search for spiritual truths. It was a Norman Rockwell, exemplified. It was a symbol of brotherhood, of community - with a cross mix of faiths, from members of the Amish Community coming in buggies, bikes, and on foot, to to those of many other Christian persuasions, coming in motor vehicles from all over Adair and many surrounding counties, especially Green County, the home of the pastor, Bro Keith Fields, and where Brandon Bennett teaches in the high school at Greensburg. Mike and Debbie Bennett, leaders in the revival which has taken place Sunday by Sunday over the past year, say that some 60 people attend regularly today, with crowds for special events like this one registering well over 100 to as high as 160 and more. Paired photo See Scenic Adair Co., KY: Gradyville Baptist Church.
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