House of Prayer receives donation

Paul Sturm

Greg Hughes (second from left), pastor of the House of Prayer church and ministry in Chillicothe, accepts a donation check from members of the veteran group of organizers of the non-denominational Laymen's Pre-Easter Services conducted prior to the workday in Chillicothe each year for many years. The funds are generated by free-will donations made at the services each morning. Representing the laymen's organization are, from left, Don Boswell, Darrell Rinehart, Jr. and David Neal.

Greg Hughes (second from left), pastor of the House of Prayer church and ministry in Chillicothe, accepts a donation check from members of the veteran group of organizers of the non-denominational Laymen's Pre-Easter Services conducted prior to the work day in Chillicothe each year for many years. The funds are generated by free-will donations made at the services each morning. Representing the laymen's organization are, from left, Don Boswell, Darrell Rinehart, Jr. and David Neal.