Day Mission offers less fortunate hope ahead of Thanksgiving
JACKSON, Tenn-Dozens of Jackson’s less fortunate gathered Wednesday for a day of worship and hope, ahead of Thanksgiving. The Lexington Avenue Day Mission held their very first Thanksgiving worship service with music and a holiday meal. The mission gives free clothing, food and counseling for Jackson’s homeless and less fortunate. They said this Thanksgiving there is a lot to be thankful for. “We are thankful for being able to do what we want to do and that’s serving God’s people. The people that come in here are thankful day to day they tell us how much they appreciate it,” said Brother Lee Gaugh, with the Lexington Avenue Day Mission. The Lexington Avenue Day Mission is open every week and is run completely by volunteers and dontations from the community.