The Congregational Church of Christian Fellowship to Honor First Responders and Caregivers at Worship Service

(EZ Newswire)

LOS ANGELES, CA -- The Congregational Church of Christian Fellowship (CCCF), a church known for its years of social justice and action, global music tradition, and diverse community, today announced that that it will hold its First Responder and Caregivers Appreciation Day on Sunday, November 19 at 10:00 a.m. The church is located at 2085 S. Hobart Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90018. All are welcome, there is no need to make a reservation or call, and there is plenty of free parking available on the CCCF lot. 

The worship service is dedicated to honoring law enforcement, firefighters, medical personnel, Red Cross personnel, caregivers, and their families who have tirelessly served the community. Following the service, a fellowship will be held to foster a sense of unity and gratitude. CCCF member David Burwell, Fire Inspector for the City of Los Angeles along with Clif Johnson, Union Bank (ret.), and others head up the Brothers in Christ (BRIC) planning committee for this special worship service.

Recognizing the immense contributions and sacrifices made by first responders and caregivers, CCCF aims to provide a platform for these individuals to be acknowledged and appreciated. The worship service serves as an opportunity for the community to come together and express gratitude towards those who selflessly serve the City of Los Angeles. CCCF believes that by honoring these dedicated individuals, it can inspire others to engage in acts of kindness, compassion, and service.

As a church with a rich history of social justice and a renowned music tradition, CCCF understands the importance of fostering a diverse and inclusive community. The church's commitment to social justice aligns with its mission to create a welcoming environment for individuals from all walks of life. This commitment is reflected in the diverse body of believers that make up the congregation, mirroring the multicultural city of Los Angeles itself.

According to James K. McKnight, Senior Pastor of CCCF, "We are thrilled to host the First Responder and Caregivers Appreciation Day. It is a way for us to express our gratitude and support for the dedicated individuals who work tirelessly to keep our community safe and cared for. We hope this event will inspire others to recognize and appreciate the invaluable contributions of first responders and caregivers."

Looking ahead, CCCF remains committed to serving the community and promoting social justice. The church will continue to fulfill its mission to "honor God, develop Christians, connect people, and love everybody." CCCF invites all individuals to join their mission and contribute to creating a more just and harmonious society.

For more information about CCCF, email, visit or call 323-731-8869.


SOURCE: The Congregational Church of Christian Fellowship

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