Sunday, May 19, 2013
Tony Hudson, a former fishermen in Alaska, and Carolyn Burdette share a meal and stories at Community Dinners church at the Bitter Lake Community Center. The church, which has been under four different names, celebrated its 90th anniversary on Sunday. Five-days-a-week, the church serves hot meals free-of-charge in different Seattle neighborhoods and shares prayer and stories about Jesus Christ. "Community dinners bring a feast, a family and Jesus," said lead pastor Verlon Fosner. Starting Monday, the church is launching a free dinners from 5 to 6:30 p.m. to anyone in the Seattle community at Pike Market Senior Center.
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