Enjoying a game of Mexican Train after Sunday Worship
Following Sunday worship, members of Central Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) celebrated Cinco de Mayo with a South of the Border fiesta and a game of Mexican Train.
Fellowship within a church is a vital part of Christianity. “It builds a community that loves, ministers and supports each other as family and friends,” said Co Pastor, Dr. Debbie Chisolm.
Central is the oldest continuously operating protestant church in Dallas, but it keeps the spirit of fellowship youthful and new.
At the Cinco de Mayo celebration members and guests enjoyed a buffet of chips, salsas, tamales, guacamole, fruits, dips and a variety of pan dolce.
In keeping with the festive-Mexican theme, door prizes included a pillow (hand-embroidered in San Miquel de Allende and donated by local company Dolce Sueños) and a silver cross studded with Milagros— little miracles.
Located at 4711 Westside Dr. in Dallas, Central also reaches out to the community through its dog park and garden and other community activities like the Friday family film night on the church lawn and the new “Sit and Fit” exercise class that begins May 13.
For more information about life at Central, visit www.cccdt.org or listen to WRR 101.1 FM on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m. :