A Report by Rev. Dr. John Mwamba, Columbus, Ohio
In our efforts to unify the Churches and bring racial and religious harmony, we have made a determination not only to invite clergy and ministers to our events, but also and especially to reach out to them and serve them.
A day before thanksgiving, we had an opportunity to participate at a food pantry service at the New Salem Missionary Baptist Church. Revs. Oscar and Connie Crawford have been involved with us since I moved to Columbus twenty months ago. He gave food to our all our guests and members when attending Million Family March in Washington DC a year ago. He brought over 100 hundred people to attend True Parents Speaking Tour in Columbus, March 5, 2001. He received a seal gold watch from True Parents and he has been very supportive in many ways.
On Saturday, November 24, 2001, we attended a training
to volunteer at the Meditation Room, located at on Concourse C, Baggage
Claim Level across from baggage carrousel at Columbus International Airport.
The mission of Port Columbus Interfaith Services is to address the spiritual
needs of the airport community, and to plan and implement appropriate
programs and services. The airport community includes travelers, visitors,
airport personnel and those associated with businesses on the airport
Our members and missionaries signed up to volunteer on some