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Recap of The Freedom Center Showing Our Church Love Through A Meal


On September 26 the life of our church changed forever when our bus was involved in an accident while taking our Senior Adults on a trip to Helen, GA.  Many of our members are still recovering and one has passed away from her injuries.  Our faith has been strengthened by a multitude of individuals, churches, schools, community groups etc., as we grieve, heal, and move forward.

Pastor Phil and his wife (Far Right) with some members of their church family at the Freedom Center,

Pastor Phil Sears and his church family at The Freedom Center have been friends of our church for a long time.  Our two churches are not even a mile apart, yet we work together to take the gospel to our community.  On Sunday, October 30th their church family shared a BBQ lunch and all the fixings with our church family.  From set up, serving, to clean up, they did it all.  It was very humbling for us all.  This was just a glimpse of what heaven is going to be like.  All believers working together to glorify God.  This is a was a beautiful thing.

The Butcher Block in Anderson Provided the Delicious BBQ while church members prepared the rest.



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