Philadelphia Church in Pulaski, Tenn., is a small congregation where Michael Anthony Harpe, pastor, and his wife, Selita, serve. The church is known in the community for its blue doors, but the members of the church have been praying for the Holy Spirit’s help to live up to its name, “Philadelphia,” which means “Brotherly Love.”
The members hosted a community day for their neighbors in the Washington Heights community across the street from the church on Saturday, October 29, 2016.
They provided free blood pressure/glucose checks and chair massages. And, they gave away free socks; clothes for babies, toddlers, women, and men; and canned soup and applesauce. The children enjoyed popcorn, snacks, water, and juice drinks. Health information and truth-filled literature were distributed, and prayers were offered to many participants.
A good number of people came out and took advantage of the ministry. The members fellowshipped, made new friends in the community, and shared “Brotherly Love.” They thank their leaders with community services, Linda Jones, and health ministries, Bill and Louise Daniels; and the medical volunteers, members, helpers, and Washington Heights management for partnering with the members. Please keep this ministry in prayer as they continue to allow the Holy Spirit to use them.
South Central | December 2016