NORWALK - There's some public art outside a church in Norwalk this afternoon, and officials there say it's becoming very popular.

St. Paul's Church is asking people to share their feelings on a chalkboard. The church wants people to share what they pray, hope and dream for.

Church officials call the chalkboard the "Community Cares Wall." They say the wall has become so popular that it fills up once a week and must be cleaned off to make room for new hopes and dreams.

The chalkboard was put up during Lent, and was such a hit that church leaders decided to leave it up.