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MORGANTOWN -

Morgantown Church of Christ held its annual Fall Festival Sunday. The festival is completely free and is there mainly to provide a good time for kids.

The church had to move the event inside because of the weather, but no one seemed to mind. The church hopes to teach the community about the church and get new members.

"We mainly do it just because we want to reach out to the community to make sure there's a safe place for kids to get together and experience a fun fall atmosphere and dress up and just make sure that it's safe and introduce them to the church allow them the opportunity to come here and meet the people that are here," said Matt Lowe, one of the church's ministers.

The festival had twice as many people attend the event this year and the church hopes that it will continue to grow.