Eight Dunwoody churches are joining together for a night of entertainment for the holidays and to help the Community Assistance Center raise money for area families.
The event is set for 7 p.m. on Nov. 20 at Dunwoody High School's Performing Arts Center. It's free to get in.
The idea came from a group of clergy in Dunwoody, who meet regularly throughout the year. The idea is to start a new tradition, one that would rotate among the involved churches.
Pastor Wiley Stephens from Dunwoody United Methodist Church will give the message and other pastors will participate with readings and prayers. Doug Allen, from the Village Church will be leading worship.
Other churches involved in the event include Kingswood United Methodist, Dunwoody Baptist Church, St. Luke's Presbyterian, St. Patrick's Episcopal, All Saints Church and Dunwoody Community Church.
Tamara Carrera, CEO of the CAC, will be speaking about the organizatiosn efforts on its Adopt-A-Family and food donations to help Dunwoody and Sandy Springs residents.