Source: Goldsboro News-Argus
About 50 people braved the cold this morning for bacon, eggs and blessings at Herman Park Center.
The Goldsboro Community Affairs Commission and Wayne County-sponsored second annual Interfaith Breakfast focused on the same basic principle it did last year -- unity.
"When I was asked to talk about unity, I looked at the word and thought about the word," Bishop Alton Smith of St. Mark Church of Christ said.
After looking in a few dictionaries to find the meaning of the word unity, he came to a conclusion.
"This is one of those words that never change," he said. "It still means being one, being unified."