Tuscaloosa’s newest pastors, Curtis and Vanessa Graves with the Spiritual Awakening Church, will be hosting a “Come as You Are” community event. The church's mindset is to represent a ministry of love for God’s People.

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Their first annual Community Spiritual Awakening “Come as You Are” event will be on Saturday, August 7, 2021, starting at 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. This awesome community event will take place at Freeman Park, located at 3001 Dragons Lane in Tuscaloosa. This totally free event is open to the public.

It is refreshing to see more and more events are being planned outdoors. It’s a great way to ease back into being with each other. This event really sounds like a great time for fellowship in our community.

Pastor Curtis Graves is a “man of God that loves God’s people, particularly those that are forgotten and less fortunate. He is transparent, selfless, bold in sharing the gospel, and not afraid.

The “Come as You Are” event will be set up like a restaurant with servers. That’s fancy, right!!!! Be sure to save the date because you will want to be there for sure. Just check out the event menu:

Baked Chicken

BBQ Chicken

Fried Fish



Green beans

Rice pilaf

Drinks like tea, water, and soda


To top it off, the Spiritual Awakening Church “Come as You Are event will also have words of encouragement by Pastor Curtis Graves along with live music and entertainment to show how much we love our community.

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