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Daystar Church feeds community for Thanksgiving

Members and volunteers gathered on Thanksgiving Day to feed the hungry in Hartselle and communities in Morgan County.  

According to Daystar Church outreach director Ginger Cataline, the church had 44 volunteers who prepared Thanksgiving plates and delivered them to residents in Hartselle, Falkville and DecaturAbout 260 people received the meals.  

This was the second year Daystar provided Thanksgiving meals to the community.  

“We believe in community transformation through the love and power of Jesus Christ,” Cataline said. “We want the people in our community to know they matter to God, and they matter to us.  

This Thanksgiving feed allows us to go beyond our church walls to serve, connect and pray with those around us. The ultimate purpose is always to bring others to Christ.  

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