The church celebrated the holiday by offering free dinner and delivering of those meals Wednesday evening
The menu included ham, mashed potatoes and gravy with plenty of veggies and dessert.
Both organizers and parishioners say it's the best way to celebrate the holiday.
"Here at Crossroads Community Church, we believe that showing God's love is what will make the difference for people," organizer Denise McFarlin says. " We want people to know that they're not alone, so this is one way that we can reach out."
"This can be a very sad time of year," Parishioner Maya Beatty-Yates adds, "and I think that this is the best way that a person can give, to sacrifice. And it's not really sacrifice because what your doing is exactly what Jesus has done."
Parishioners cooked enough food to serve 300 people