We will be kicking off our celebration of Black History month at Grace with “Soul Food Sunday” on February 4. The expression “soul food” originated in the mid-1960s, when “soul” was a common word used to describe African-American culture. At its core, soul food is down-home cooking that has been passed down through many generations, with its roots in the rural South. Food tells stories and helps us appreciate both the histories and cultures of others. There will be no Sunday school on this day and we will be eating together just after morning worship. Please sign up online or on the sheet in the connector hallway to bring a Soul Food inspired item to share.