Black History Month banquet held
The fifth annual Black History Month awards banquet was recently held by the Coalition for Community Awareness in Gatesville on Feb. 24. Don Ford and Mike Fisher were the emcees for the evening, where the Reverend Wray Nunn was honored with the Humanitarian Award, considered the pinnacle of the ceremony. Nunn is the pastor of Grace Assembly
Church in Gatesville. He received his call to ministry and started serving as deacon at Mt. Calvary Church of God in Christ (C.O.G.I.C.) He later became an elder and then pastor of Powell Chapel C.O.G.I.C. A few years later, Nunn had a desire to reach all races, cultures, backgrounds and denominations. He soon became pastor of Grace Assembly, which became the first interracial nondenominational church in Gatesville. He has travelled all over the United States, Mexico and Guatemala sharing the message of Christ.
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