Gospel Tabernacle, Sonlight Outreach opened July with food drive
The Gospel Tabernacle and Sonlight Outreach Center held a food giveaway last week at Bloch Park
Several vehicles entered the park and picked up boxes that contained frozen chicken, vegetable, onions, yogurt and assorted fruits.
Gospel Tabernacle Pastor John E. Grayson handed out several food boxes to residents in Selma and Dallas County.
“We serve because we care, we care because you are family,” Pastor Grayson said.
LeMarkus A. Snow of Snow’s Cleaning Service was among those who assisted with the food giveaway at Bloch Park.
“I feel so blessed and privileged to stand beside Pastor Grayson every week as he shows love to the Queen City,” Snow said.
Several Selma residents expressed their appreciation for Pastor Grayson on Social Media.
“Pastor Grayson is a minister with a heart of service and care,” Selma resident Sarah Wilbourne Wagoner said. “We can literally see the fruit of his ministry.”
Northside Baptist Church member Kathy Smith praised Pastor Grayson for his charitable work.
“You are truly amazing and filled with The true meaning of Love like Jesus,” Smith said. “We love and appreciate you and your precious family. A beautiful blessing to our community for their bellies to their souls.”
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