It was good standing with my Muslim sisters yesterday ...
Our FIRST Love God Serve Together event at a Muslim Mosque in Norcross, GA was a great success!
We had 72 attendees that we could account for that day - representing 4 faith-based organizations from many counties. We even had one congregation member come all the way from Augusta, GA to learn how their organization can be trained to help with the disaster response effort should a pandemic or bio-terrorist attack occur in Metro-Atlanta.
Here are a few comments from those who have attended:
When asked what were the the top 3 things they learned from today's event, here are some of their key learning noted:
The Sugar Hill Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) registered today to be a local Closed/Hybrid Point of Dispensing (POD) organization with the Department of Public Health for Gwinnett, Newton & Rockdale counties.
Signing up to train the 3 congregations that meet in the LDS stake center in Suwanee, Bishop Burke Hunsaker states:
Indeed, this event is only the beginning...
Plans are under way to have the next LOVE GOD SERVE TOGETHER event sometime in March 2018.
We're looking for our next event partner/host.
Please click the button below if you want to learn more about how your faith-based organization can help Metro-Atlanta churches, temples, synagogues & mosques be ready for future pandemic or bio-terrorist attack.
Corazon Ketchem - Executive Director & Co-Founder of Noah's Ark & Co. (a 501c3 self-reliance and community resilience organization).