Two different churches find common ground through their young
By Katie Hogin
Friday, June 3, 2011 at 12:00 am (Updated: June 3, 1:01 am)
Bethel Presbyterian and Kingston United Methodist churches have been close for years.
So much so that when renovations for Bethel started in 2008, the two youth and young adult groups merged and have been inseparable and indistinguishable since.
After Kingston United Methodist's fire April 30, the church has been meeting at Bethel Presbyterian, but they have also shared services in the past.
Before the fire, they would meet every fifth Sunday.
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