Selma Presbyterian Church and Good Samaritan United Church of Christ share this building at 306 N. Pollock St. in Selma. Last year, the churches starting holding services together with a common goal of welcoming those with special needs.
Selma Presbyterian Church and Good Samaritan United Church of Christ share this building at 306 N. Pollock St. in Selma. Last year, the churches starting holding services together with a common goal of welcoming those with special needs. Taylor Knopf tknopf@newsobserver.com
Selma Presbyterian Church and Good Samaritan United Church of Christ share this building at 306 N. Pollock St. in Selma. Last year, the churches starting holding services together with a common goal of welcoming those with special needs. Taylor Knopf tknopf@newsobserver.com

Selma church welcomes people with special needs

December 18, 2015 7:18 AM

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