Earlier today, Hamilton Seventh Day Adventist Church hosted its 12th annual Christmas Day feeding.
People in need could help themselves to everything from cassava pie and macaroni and cheese to turkey and stuffing and even cake for dessert.
TNN’s Trevor Lindsay was live at the feeding and spoke with Nathan Rollings, one of the feeding’s organizers.
“ It really is a pleasure for us to be here and give back to our community and see our vulnerable people receive a blessing on a day like Christmas,” he explained.
“ Since we started this program, we have served at least a couple of thousand people and it turned out to be a tremendous blessing; because we feed the homeless, the seniors and deliver food wherever.”
Since Christmas fell on a Saturday this year, the church held their weekly service at the same time as the feeding today. Mr. Rollings considered heading to the worship service or staying to help at the feeding.
“ What is required is that we show love to people who are in need of it,” he said. “ What is a better day and time to be good and for someone to receive love than on the Sabbath day? This is truly what giving back looks like.”————————————————————————————————Any content which is considered unsuitable, unlawful, or offensive, includes personal details, advertises or promotes products, services or websites, or repeats previous comments will be removed.
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