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Marguerite Matthews was dressed in a lime green tie-dye shirt with deep purple accents, a paper hair net scooped her shoulder-length hair up and on her hands, she wore slick, plastic gloves. Folks are far more used to seeing her in a formal robe with a stole, or at the very least, dress clothes. The image of her behind the pulpit or walking down the aisle in the sanctuary is common. But today, she was seated at the table with them, weighing rice and vegetables and minerals, packaging food to feed 10,000 hungry people.
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