Coming Together: Churches Unite for Community Outreach and Celebration

Coming Together: Churches Unite for Community Outreach and Celebration

In a powerful demonstration of unity and compassion, the All Nations, Niles Ghanaian, and Highland Avenue Seventh-day Adventist Churches joined hands today for a Down and Out Community Outreach event in Berrien Springs. As the sun rose on a crisp Sunday morning, volunteers from these congregations set out with a shared mission: to uplift and support their community.

Amidst the hustle and bustle of Berrien Springs, hearts overflowed with warmth and generosity. The streets echoed with kindness as volunteers distributed food relief cards, provided assistance with laundry expenses at the local laundromat, and shared devotions and flyers to spread messages of hope and solidarity.

Yet, the collaboration didn’t end there. Pastors Martin Hanna, Dennis Akawobsa, and Denry White joined forces not only for the community outreach but also to organize a forthcoming Black History Month celebration. Through their collective efforts, they aim to honor the rich tapestry of African American heritage and celebrate the resilience and triumphs of the Black community.

As the day drew to a close, hearts were filled with gratitude for the opportunity to serve and uplift others. In a world often marked by division and strife, moments like these remind us of the transformative power of compassion and solidarity.

Denry White, Contributor and Photographer