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Faces of Hope mural celebrates church's neighbors without homes

First United Methodist Church on North Tryon St. in Charlotte, NC has embraced its "neighbors without homes," by not only feeding them but also by turning their likenesses into a work of art. "Faces of Hope" is a new mural at the church that measures 30 ft x 8 ft and features more than 50 portraits of volunteers and homeless citizens from the church's Sunday morning Muffin Ministry.
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