NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A North Nashville church opened their doors on Thursday to anyone who needed a hot Thanksgiving meal.
Corinthian Baptist Church calls the event “Village Thanksgiving,” and attendees enjoyed turkey and gravy, stuffing and all the fixings.
Second Harvest Food Bank, church members and community leaders all donated the food for the third annual Village Thanksgiving.
“In this city, there are people who want to do kindness,” Rev. Enoch Fuzz said. “They just want to be pointed to the place where they can do that.”
In addition to serving those in the community, church volunteers also prepared and delivered meals to local hospitals, ICU waiting rooms and to people who worked on Thanksgiving.