THE WOODLANDS, TX, (Monday, November 19, 2018) — Interfaith of The Woodlands recently hosted their annual Thanksgiving Feast for Senior Adults at the South County Community Center. There were 120 seniors in attendance who enjoyed a traditional holiday feast served by Commissioner James Noack (pictured above), Interfaith staff and volunteers.

“Our annual Thanksgiving Feast is one way that we can make a tremendous impact in the lives of Senior Adults,” said Missy Herndon, President and CEO of Interfaith of The Woodlands. “We can give the gift of food, fellowship and friendship thanks to our wonderful community that supports Interfaith’s mission of building a more loving and caring community through service.”

Alex Sutton, Vice-Chair of Interfaith’s Board of Directors, kicked off the feast, and Commissioner James Noack delivered the pledge. A highlight of the luncheon was a special performance by the Transition to Kindergarten students from Interfaith Child Development Center, who entertained the Senior Adults with Thanksgiving-themed songs and dances.

“Interfaith offers programs and services to support this community year round, whether it’s serving a holiday meal to our senior adults or providing basic needs to local families who need help,” said Lucy Gomez, Vice President of Programs. “The Thanksgiving Feast kicks off a wonderful season of giving and caring each year.”

Interfaith of The Woodlands is a nonprofit social service agency providing programs and services to meet the needs of The Woodlands and the surrounding area. Interfaith provides basic needs assistance and special programs to families experiencing a financial crisis, and supportive service through care and wellness programs to senior adults 62 and over, in addition to many community programs dedicated to improving the lives of individuals in need. For more information on Interfaith’s programs and services or to become a volunteer, please visit or call 281-367-1230.

Pictured: Missy Herndon, President and CEO or Interfaith of The Woodlands, shares a moment with the Senior Adults while serving the Thanksgiving Feast.

Pictured: Senior Adults enjoy food and fellowship at the Thanksgiving Feast, served by Interfaith staff and volunteers and hosted at the South County Community Center.