We Are One Family!

Greetings, All!

From our Original Gullah Festival Family to yours, I trust this entry finds you well, and that you are staying as safe as you can during this COVID-19 pandemic by continuing to follow the advice put forth by local and state officials, social distancing, and washing your hands.  While staying safe, some of you may be feeling restless.  Others may be using this time to reset and recharge.  Then, there are some of you who may be feeling truly ambitious, belonging to that trusted group of folks who "can't help, but help".  

The truth is that while we are not all in the same boat, we are all in the same storm.  Some of us are out of work, some are in short supply of food and funds, some have plenty, and some are alone.  Whichever group you fall into, please find the following resources and tips for your consideration.

Continue to Make Healthcare a Priority

Civic Responsibility

  • Please seriously consider absentee voting this year.  Visit www.vote.org for registration details and candidate information. 

  • If you haven't done so already, please complete your Census 2020 form.  You can find it online at www.2020Census.gov.  Remember, your submission directly impacts the amount of money your community receives for hospitals, schools, fire departments, and other resources.   

Suggestions for Charitable Giving

Remember to do what you can, when you can.  Stay in touch with and reach out to family and friends, and check in on your neighbors.  

Stay safe and be blessed,

Kenyana Briscoe



The Hour of Power Worship Service takes place on Sunday, 5/30 at 9AM. This worship experience on the waterfront is one that you don't want to miss. So join us at the Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park on Sunday, May 24th. and be prepared to have your spirit lifted!

African Tribal Drums - Demba Dyasan
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