On Saturday, January 17, 2014, the Mt. Calvary Church members in Huntsville, AL, dedicated a new facility for its Community Services Center. Having partnered with Manna House food distributors for several years, the center was operating out of the church’s fellowship hall. Serving the members as well as the community, the center is known for the distribution of numerous holiday baskets during the Fall season, and additionally, for year round provisions to needy families. The center is housed in a converted house across the street from the church that was purchased with the vision of providing a permanent home for the center. The center will also be used to prepare weekly on-site meals for the homeless residents in the (Tent City) community under a local bridge. Previously, these meals were prepared in member homes. Pastor Rupert Bushner, and the members, are confident that community recognition of this Adventist church and its committed public service will gain even greater awareness. The center is open for food and clothing distribution three Thursdays each month. The ribbon-cutting ceremony followed the Divine Worship service, with Pastor Bushner giving the ceremonial address. The celebration concluded with a tour of the facility led by the community services director, Yvonne Gidden, after which the attendees enjoyed a cake and punch reception.