International Peacemakers Visit Norfolk

NORFOLK
New Horizons Presbyterian Church welcomed two representatives of the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program to the church along with Rev. Joy Carrington of Norfolk State University’s Ministry Outreach and NSU students. New Horizons hosted a luncheon for the guests including visiting peacemakers Fabienne Jean of Haiti and Cindy Corell of Fishersville, Va.. Since 1984, approximately 300 International Peacemakers from 60 countries have been hosted by Presbyterians.

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