FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- Good Shepherd United Methodist held their annual fall festival Sunday.
The festival included a pumpkin patch, crafts, inflatables, and favorite fall snacks.
The money raised went to Shepherds House, and Medina Village School is Africa.
Church staff said they're grateful to be able to help ministries in need.
"It's important because we're a church, and ministry is what we do. [And] so, reaching out to these ministries that need public funding are things that we want to be doing in the community. We want to be doing that kind of out reach and sharing with others, and helping support the ministries that we feel are valuable to helping people bring themselves up," said Debora Miteff.
The festival also featured a silent auction.
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