“Serving Our Community”
From being called Bloc-fest from its inception in the early 90s at historic Douglas Park in the Ole Asheboro Community to Fall Festival today. The name may have changed but the purpose remains the same: To passionately serve, support and give back to the community.
“If your church ceased to exist, would your community miss you?” asks Senior Pastor Michael Thomas of Love and Faith Christian Fellowship Church.
One of the many ways the Love and Faith membership does this annually is through The Love and Faith Fall Festival, which attracts thousands of attendees. The general public, family and friends are invited to not only worship together, but also enjoy free food, games and an outdoor gospel concert. This year’s Love and Faith Christian Fellowship Fall Festival is Sunday, September 29 on the Greensboro campus located at 4344 Blackberry Road.
There will be one combined Morning Worship Service at 8:30 a.m. Dress is casual. Immediately following Morning Worship, everyone is invited to enjoy free food, games, and a gospel concert featuring Lisa Knowles-Smith and The Brown Singers; Kelontae Gavin; The Inspirational Voices Gospel Choir of Winston-Salem State University; and The Love and Faith Christian Fellowship Mass Choir at The Love and Faith Christian Fellowship Fall Festival.
The church motto is “Where Jesus Christ Is Lord and The people are loved.” For more information visit the church website at www.loveandfaith.org or call the church office at (336) 632-0205.