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A Chicago church takes great effort two times a year to feed needy community members.

On Dec. 7, All Saints Episcopal Church hosted their holiday dinner which included great food, great service and entertainment that one might expect to find in a restaurant instead of a church hall.

Hungry guests were seated at tables adorned with flowers and enjoyed a menu that included roasted turkey breast, prime rib, salmon, roasted acorn squash, a broccoli-spinach souffle and sage stuffing, plus pecan and pumpkin pies.  While dinner was served guests enjoyed a group of singers from a local prep school.

The pastor of the church remembers when the church was in jeopardy of shutting down. But, today the church is flourishing and credits community outreach programs like the biannual fine-dining experience.

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