Church emphasizes religious role during Halloween season

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Posted: Friday, October 21, 2011 8:52 pm

Like our gardens, the perennial question for Christians this time of year is what do we do with Halloween.

    “For me, it is easy,” says Pastor Andrew Bell, of Unity Lutheran Church.  “Halloween is the All Hallow’s Evening — the Holy Evening.  It comes before November first, which the Roman Catholics and Lutherans refer to as All Saints’ Day.”

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