Wednesday, November 25, 2015

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church has long history of doing good in Fayetteville

From Arkansas-

For nearly 200 years, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church has been opening their doors for a lot more than just Sunday service in Fayetteville.

The church, which got its start at the corner of Meadow Street and College Avenue in the 1830s before moving to its current location at East Avenue and Dickson Street, has become a sort of unofficial community center for the downtown Fayetteville area.

It opens for at least five different Alcoholics Anonymous groups. Two Al-Anon Family groups have regular meetings there. There’s a support group and a day of respite offered for people with family members living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, a Rosen movement class, and at least three yoga classes that meet in the church that are free to attend and open to the public.

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