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“It's about the same vision, the same heart for people and we want to work together,” said Pastor Samuel Spruill.
“If it wasn't for Pastor Sam and Domenic, the other leaders that have helped us through collaboration and to work together, we wouldn't have this day, I am so grateful, for what these men are doing, they're learning a trade as well,” said Pastor Glass.
Morelli and Reverend Sam didn’t do this alone. They have built strong relationships in the community with the support of tradesmen, mentors and pastors.
Our goal here is to bless the church by doing some repairs on the church, at the same time, going through this roof training experience and the opportunities to gain employment for jobs in the future.
They work with local men and women that have lost their way and need some guidance. They work as one community.
“Our hearts are in the same place, different culture, different backgrounds but God brings us together because we have the same heart for the ministries, said Reverend Spruill.
“Changes that we see with people that we connect with is building relationships. It's how do you feel after you build relationships with someone, you build trust, you build friendship, you build brotherhood,” Morelli added.
The difference they are making in our community and with each and every person they work is why, Reverend Sam Spruill and Domenic Morelli are, our Persons of the Week.
Both organization are always in need of volunteers and funding help.
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