Tag: Clark Street Christian Church

The dessert girls made sure that coconut cake, pecan and pumpkin pie, or a brownie was in each and every meal delivered by CSCC.

30-Years of Feeding the Community

Greenville’s own Clark Street Christian Church celebrated thirty years of feeding the community. Volunteers came out of the woodwork to carve the turkeys, build the box lunches, make sure that every meal had a slice of homemade pie, and sack it up with love.  Pastor Gunn estimated that over 300-meals […]

LyQuetta was telling people about Clark Street Christian Church in Greenville.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Faces & Places: LyQuetta Gillbert at the Bash

LyQuetta Gillbert wore her Clark Street Christian Church tee shirt at the 32nd Annual Bois D’arc Bash in Commerce today. Clark Street Christian feeds the community with roasted turkey and all the fixings on Thanksgiving Day.  Thanksgiving and winter is just sixty days away!

The food was blessed by Rev. Gunn and volunteers start filling the trays for the halt and the lame. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Feeding the Flock

The scene was the same at Clark Street Christian Church as it was at Wesley United Methodist and several cowboy churches in the county.  Some called it organized confusion but it was really a great assembly line to prepare Thanksgiving meals for the sick and shut in people of Greenville […]

The aroma of turkey dinner will hover over Clark Street in the morning.

The Tradition Continues

The Clark Street Christian Church continues a tradition started in 1989 by Sister Katie Williams.  The church is once again hosting a free Thanksgiving meal for anyone in the community.  “Everybody is welcome” said Bernice Reeves-Brown Monday night. Stop by the church located at 1402 Clark Street in Greenville.  Dinner […]

Devin is all smiles as he enjoys the lunch provided by Hunt County volunteers. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

All Smiles

Devin Jones enjoys the noon day snack provided by the United Way of Hunt County.  The Clark Street Christian Church has been a partner with United Way since the program was conceived.  The program started out with baby steps in two churches in Greenville.  Mt. Olive Baptist Church and Clark […]