Feeding those in need not just a holiday tradition
Ruth Afisivalu, left, and Belle Levi help prepare a community Thanksgiving dinner at the Samoan Christian Fellowship Assembly of God in Fairfield, Wednesday. About 300 people are expected to attend the dinner. (Aaron Rosenblatt/Daily Republic)
FAIRFIELD — The congregation of the Samoan Christian Fellowship Assembly of God was prepared to feed as many as 500 people on Wednesday night – the third annual Thanksgiving feast at the Fairfield temple.
But feeding the hungry and others in need is not just a holiday tradition for the church, the members of which come largely from South Pacific cultures. Continue Reading