Capitol City church did two community-relevant events in the span of two weeks:
First, they provided a cooling center for the community amidst a heatwave. Then on September 10, the church held its annual international day church service and potluck.
Members and guests representing twenty-five nations were dressed in colorful attire from their respective countries. The potluck dinner was akin to an international bizarre with ethnic foods from the Caribbean, Eastern and Western Europe, Africa, and the Americas.
According to one attendee, “I was blown away by the friendliness of the staff and all the diverse clothing of their home countries. The food was phenomenal, and I can’t wait for next year.”
Carol Herbert, mission council leader said, “This year’s international day was one of our best celebrations. We received so many compliments on how great everything was, from the program and the set-up to the food. Praise God!”
Featured in Northern Lights November 17, 2022