Sunshine House breaks ground

Photo courtesy of Kim Thomas

FLORENCE—Aldersgate Special Needs Ministry broke ground March 28 on its newest home for people with special needs, Sunshine House.

Sunshine House, which will accommodate four men, is located near Aldersgate’s Rick’s House at The Manor in Florence.

Anderson District Superintendent Steve Patterson officiated the groundbreaking, and Florence District Superintendent Terry Fleming attended along with Aldersgate board members, residents, and other supporters, including Manor Director Teresa Reich, architect Hal Fuller and contractor Jason Singletary.

Sunshine House will be the fourth Aldersgate home the ministry operates. Aldersgate’s mission is to provide quality homes in a Christian environment for people with special needs that enables them to be as independent as possible.

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