I met Pastor Solomon Yadessa during the opening ceremony of the Northwest Community Center in February 2016. We immediately connected as like-minded Believers and kept in touch over the ensuing months. He then asked me to help with a new ministry idea of welcoming Congolese and Rwandan refugees in the Vickery Meadow area.
The MEMNT is a place to serve and be served and to witness the beauty of God’s people loving and caring for one another. It is where growth and blessings result from forgoing comfort and stepping out in faith. It is an opportunity for people of diverse backgrounds to connect and better understand each other. And it is a reminder to focus on Christ and share the message of salvation with others.