Greenville church tackling bullying problem with upcoming program

    The anti-bullying event will be held Friday in Greenville at the church, said associate pastor Lonnie Stocks. (Kori Johnson, NewsChannel 12 photo)

    "No bullying allowed!"

    That's the motto being carried out by Jesus Saves Ministry Church in Greenville. The church is set for its first ever No Bullies Allowed Tour. It will be held Friday at 6 p.m. and will also including singing, dancing, therapists, vendors and food will be provided.

    Bullying is an epidemic plaguing many children. Associate pastor Lonnie Stocks said the church is the best place to host such an event to tackle the problem.

    "The church is a place where you can get together and get healed," Stocks said. "Not church mentally but spiritually also."

    National recording artist and event founder Melvin Griffin collaborated with Stocks to bring the event to Greenville from Raleigh. The church is located at 1007 W. Arlington Blvd. in Greenville.

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