Versailles Methodist to host ‘Unity in Community’ May 11
A tradition of people coming together to love one another will continue next Friday, May 11, when Versailles United Methodist Church hosts “Unity in the Community,” at 6:30 p.m.
“Everybody’s loved – no matter what they look like, no matter how they dress, no matter their race,” said organizer Andrea “Bug” Brown.
“…Heaven’s not going to be segregated, and that’s the main point. We’ve got to love one another because love doesn’t cost anything.”
Two pastors, Bryan Roberts of CrossPointe Church, and Robert Strobe, of St. Paul AME Church, will speak, and a Hispanic choir will sing during Unity in the Community, which also features a catered meal for attendees.
“The way things are going in our country right now – everybody needs some love,” said Brown.
The Midway College graduate helped organize Unity in the Community gatherings last year as a way to show support for first-responders, who she said remain the “backbone of our community.”
“We want them to know that the community is behind them and that we love them and we want what’s best for them and their families,” said Brown.