Servants of the Lord serve their community
Mya M. Carr is a graduating senior, currently enrolled at Florida Memorial University. She will be graduating with a degree in TV/Radio Broad-casting. As a Miami Native, she travels near and far to cover stories and events. She has had the pleasure of working with a number of professionals in her field including REVOLT TV, Legacy Magazine, and the City of Opa-Locka. Her long-term goal is to one day own her TV channel. She is currently working on a series of projects including a documentary, commercials and miniseries. She loves to help out any way she can including volunteering at her home church, Divine Hope Restoration Ministries Int’l. Her heart is directed towards the up and coming gene-rations and she hopes to impact their lives greatly.
By Mya M. Carr,
Westside Gazette Intern
Fort Lauderdale, FL — Mount Olivet Seventh-day Adventist Church(Fort Lauderdale) 649 N.W. 15 Way Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and its members host a community service event that served their surrounding community and people in need.
The organization offered a place to shower, a warm plate of food(or several), clothes and even hygiene products for the less fortunate.
Pastor Lucious Hall says “… sometimes people are just a missed check away from being homeless and we want to help anyway we can.”
The members of the church realize it’s easy to lose what you have but want to bring God’s hope to their community.
“I hope that it will help with their body, mind and soul,” said Patrice Sanders, one member of the church.
The church doesn’t stop here. Every Wednesday, starting at 1 p.m., they host a weekly com-munity outreach event. Welcome help and outside contributions are accepted.
Call the church at (954) 463-4517 or fax (954) 463-4524