Elder Henry L. Graham, Doris Jones and others at the First Union Springs Seventh Day Adventist Church offered prayer, a meal and free literature at the "Drive-Thru Prayer and Meal" on August 28,  2021. (Photo By Faye Gaston)

Elder Henry L. Graham, Doris Jones and others at the First Union Springs Seventh Day Adventist Church offered prayer, a meal and free literature at the "Drive-Thru Prayer and Meal" on August 28,  2021. (Photo By Faye Gaston)

By Faye Gaston

On Saturday, August 28, 2021, there were signs in front of the First Union Springs Seventh Day Adventist Church that stated, "Praying Here Today," and "Honk for Prayer", and "Got Time for Prayer".

The Community Service Women's Prayer Ministry sponsored the "Drive-Thru Prayer and Meal".

Free Literature was available, including a pamphlet titled "Signs of the Times, God's final warning to a perishing world", a book titled "Ten Commandments Twice Removed", a book on the life of Jesus Christ titled "The Desire of Ages", and a packet of tracts with a COVID-19 facial mask. One pamphlet was about building up the body's natural ability to fight disease.

Beginning at 9:00 a.m. Elder Henry L. Graham, Doris Jones and others were ready to welcome those who wanted a prayer, a meal and church literature.

The church is located at 725 South Prairie Street in Union Springs.

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