Hezekiah Walker and a drove of volunteers from Love Fellowship Tabernacle and the Local DC9 Union organization Feed the Hope converged upon Brooklyn’s Fort Greene Park to unload food from an 18-wheeler. They were there to serve, and that is exactly what they did for three hours on a crisp Saturday before Thanksgiving, as families who needed some relief this holiday lined up for a food box. The food giveaway was sponsored with the Christian organization Feed the Hope.
“We expected to be in the park until about 4 p.m.,” says Walker, who has hosted a food giveaway every year for the past 18 years. “But this has been a challenging year for so many people, and those who wanted boxes were there early. We handed out all of the food faster than ever before.”
A Brooklyn native, Walker is committed to serving the community that is still the home to the original location of Love Fellowship Tabernacle. Walker says: “Evangelism is the epitome of Ministry, and service is an extension of evangelism. It is always a joy to see the effect that this type of outreach has on the community. Feeding the multitudes is something I wish I could do every day.”
Hezekiah Walker is a Gospel music pioneer. His HezHouse Entertainment recently released the first single from its first artist, Vincent Bohanan & SOV. The single, “Any Day Now”, recently reached #2 on Billboard’s Digital Singles chart.
Hezekiah Walker is senior pastor of Love Fellowship Tabernacle, with locations in Brooklyn, New York and Bensalem, PA. He is also a Bishop in the Pentecostal Church through which he oversees 28 churches in the U.S. and South Africa. The Brooklyn native is a dedicated New Yorker and a seminal fixture in his home borough. He will break ground soon on HezHouse Apartments, an affordable and supportive housing development by Hezekiah Walker & Love Fellowship Tabernacle, Brooklyn Community Housing & Services, and Alembic Community Development. Walker is also host of the The Hezekiah Walker Gospel Countdown and the Hezekiah Walker Afternoon Praise Show syndicated by AURN.
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