Emmanuel Gospel Center held their annual fundraiser dinner on March 13th. They were also celebrating the publishing of a new book by their President and Assistant/wife, Doug & Judy Hall titled, The Cat & Toaster: Living System Ministry in a Technological Age.
This was my first time attending the annual EGC dinner, an event many of our friends seem to make an annual trip to, and I was pleasantly surprised how warm the atmosphere and spirits were at the event. The food was delicious, and the speakers were motivational. Aside from seeing friends, it was a pleasure to see so many people gather to support what EGC is doing in Boston and how many lives have been touched through EGC’s hard work, including the Starlight ministries which helps churches build loving relationships with the homeless.
Below is a glimpse of what the evening was like. Thank you Grace, for recruiting me for the event.
There was a cake with a cat decor next to this one: to celebrate the book: “The Cat & the Toaster”
Various EGC programs
Dan caught this cutie in the audience.
Liza Cagua-Koo MC opening up the evening.
The authors and Communications director Steve Daman
waiting in line for book signing
cat and toaster shaped cake lollipops in line with the book title.
a portion of the EGC team