Church of the Good Shepherd Sumter launches Art in the Sanctuary program

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Posted 1/22/22

On the corner of Dingle and Wright streets in the Westend neighborhood near downtown Sumter sits the Church of the Good Shepherd.

This small, modest, white, wooden structure was built in 1919 of timbers that were from a church for freed slaves …

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