Pentecostals of the Gulf Coast holding candy drive competition

The members of Pentecostals of the Gulf Coast are holding a candy drive with a little competitive twist.

The kids with PGC will participate in this competition to collect as much candy as possible for the church. The child who collects the most candy will win a $50 Amazon gift card.

The candy collected for the drive will all go towards the center’s Trunk or Treat at its annual Fall Festival. The fest will be held on October 30th beginning at 5:30. PGC Administrative Pastor Jonathan Bourriague said, “We love being community driven. I know that’s kind of what we’re supposed to do as a church, but we love it. We love having community in and out, being able to give into the community, being good stewards and also having an opportunity to share the Gospel and an opportunity to have fun.”

If you don’t know any PGC kids looking for donations, you can still drop off some candy at the center located at 1907 Popp’s Ferry Road.

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