Faith Unity Fel­low­ship hosts Com­mu­nity Fun Day

Record Observer - - News - By HAN­NAH COMBS hcombs@kibay­

CENTREVILLE — Over­com­ing ob­sta­cles such as rain, hu­mid­ity and a na­tional cli­mate of grow­ing com­mu­nity divi­sion, Faith Unity Fel­low­ship Min­istries per­se­vered to host a Com­mu­nity Fun Day at Mill­stream Park, Satur­day, July 9. The free event was open to the pub­lic and in­cluded ven­dors and rep­re­sen­ta­tives from Wor-Wic Com­mu­nity Col­lege, Shore United Bank, Shore Up Head Start and the Queen Anne’s County Of­fice of the Sher­iff.

The church wanted to bring to­gether com­mu­nity re­sources, free cloth­ing, food, games and an op­por­tu­nity to fel­low­ship, said mem­ber Bon­nie Har­mon. Chil­dren were able to par­take in ta­bles set with board games, a bounce house and face paint­ing while adults so­cial­ized un­der the pav­il­ion or tents on the grass.

Faith Unity is a Chris­tian or­ga­ni­za­tion with a mis­sion to pro­vide out­reach min­istry world­wide and to bring to­gether those of dif­fer­ent de­nom­i­na­tional back­grounds into one fel­low­ship, and to bring to­gether in­di­vid­u­als dis­en­chanted with the bu­reau­cracy and pol­i­tics of or­ga­nized re­li­gion ... cre­at­ing a cli­mate of unity in the com­mu­nity. Bishop Robert M. Pritch­ett said that now is an even more im­por­tant time in our coun­try to bring peo­ple to­gether. He noted that in Queen Anne’s County and the East­ern Shore as a whole we are for­tu­nate to have com­mu­ni­ties that take pride in work­ing to­gether.

Faith Unity Fel­low­ship Min­istries is lo­cated at 208 New Street, Church Hill. Sun­day morn­ing ser­vices are held at 10:30 a.m. with ser­vices also on Wed­nes­day evenings.

From left, Nicole and Nickai Gross help Ivory Bell, a rep­re­sen­ta­tive of Wor-Wic Com­mu­nity Col­lege, pass out in­for­ma­tion and course of­fer­ings for the col­lege dur­ing Com­mu­nity Day at Mill­stream Park on July 9.

From left, Tanea Gil­lis, Bon­nie Har­mon with Ni­lah, Ami­jha, Kylie, Ja’zyah and Ke’asya par­tic­i­pate in the Com­mu­nity Fun Day at Mill­stream Park on Satur­day, July 9.

Deputy Terry Cop­per of the Queen Anne’s County Of­fice of the Sher­iff hands out col­or­ing books and in­for­ma­tion about bul­ly­ing to fam­i­lies at­tend­ing the Com­mu­nity Day on July 9.


Left, Shirlee Chase, Site Co­or­di­na­tor for Shore Up Head Start in Grasonville and Har­ri­ett Bell, also of Shore Up pro­vide in­for­ma­tion dur­ing the Com­mu­nity Fun Day at Mill­stream Park in Centreville.

Bishop Robert Pritch­ett from Faith Unity Fel­low­ship Church in Church Hill sits be­hind one of the thrift sale ta­bles dur­ing the Com­mu­nity Day in Centreville.

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