Pastor Cynthia Williams’ “Feed the Community” Block Party

The event included live entertainment, and a DJ, dancers, rappers, and singers were on stage giving big thanks to The Lord. They were also giving away free clothes and gifts.

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PHOTOS: Darrel Wheeler

By Darrel Wheeler, Voice and Viewpoint 

On the second Saturday of November, Pastor Williams and her posse of goodwill advocates used Jeremy Henwood Memorial Park on Wightman Street to feed others and spread their message of love and sharing.

“We just wanted to feed and spread some joy to anybody who wanted to hang out with us on this beautiful day God blessed us with,”  Pastor Cynthia shared.

The event included live entertainment, and a DJ, dancers, rappers, and singers were on stage giving big thanks to The Lord. They were also giving away free clothes and gifts.

There were plenty of smiling faces and full bellies, thanks to the free Thanksgiving dinner, which was an all-you-can-eat taste-good feast.

“We are here putting Jesus on display. It takes a lot of work putting something like this together but if we brightened some people’s day today that makes it all worthwhile to me,” Pastor Cynthia Williams shared.