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2016-10-20 Bethel - FA News

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Bethel Church of God In Christ Church Holds Luncheon At Casperkill

by Terence Michos

“Building a Community to Serve the Community” is more than just a slogan: It’s a commitment Pastor Jones has put into practice since the initial purchase of the Casperkill property.

This came into play again recently when Pastor Dwight A. Hunt needed a place to hold a luncheon after a golf tournament his church was sponsoring at the Casperkill Golf Club. The event, The First Annual James E. & Leatrice Hunt Legacy Memorial Golf Tournament, was a fundraiser for Bethel Church of God in Christ’s efforts to start an outreach center that will be located on Market Street in the heart of the City of Poughkeepsie and will minister to inner-city children.

Those who attended the luncheon included (seated second from left) DC Sheriff Butch Anderson, (seated third from left) Undersheriff Kirk Imperati and (back row, sixth from left) The Rev. Dwight A. Hunt.

Insurance reasons didn’t allow the Casperkill Golf Club to cater the dinner, so Reverend Hunt reached out to Faith Assembly for help. “Pastor Jones and I have built a strong relationship over the years and I knew if I had a need, he would respond,” said Rev. Hunt. “We all serve the same Lord, so when people see diverse churches working together in unity, we become an example to society, especially in this time of racial unrest.”

This isn’t the first time Faith Assembly and Bethel Church of God in Christ have crossed paths. The funerals of both of Pastor Dwight Hunt’s parents were held at the Faith Assembly on Spackenkill Road because the number of people who attended those services was so many.

Some local dignitaries who attended the luncheon, including Dutchess County Sheriff Adrian “Butch” Anderson and Undersheriff Kirk Imperati. Many who attended the luncheon said it was the first time they were inside Faith Assembly’s Casperkill facility, and that they were impressed with the layout and appearance of the building.  

“We feel a special bond with Rev. Hunt and Bethel Church of God in Christ Church,” said Pastor Jones. “Remember, they occupy the building on 91 Hooker Avenue where so much of the history of Faith Assembly rests.”

 

 

Last Published: November 11, 2016 10:23 AM