You probably aren’t likely to associate the terms “church” and “SWAT;” but when World Harvest Church in Roswell heard the city had a need for a new SWAT vehicle, they acted.
Thanks to the generous donation of a local resident, the Roswell Police Department was the proud owner of an old bread truck, just begging to be transformed into something the department could really use. But a conversion was costly and not part of the department’s budget. So when word of the need spread, the World Harvest congregation raised nearly $22,000 to make it happen. And an expert in tactical equipment who attends the church went to work converting the old truck into an official SWAT vehicle – the first to become part of the “North Fulton SWAT,” a joint venture between the cities of Roswell, Alpharetta and Milton.
This Sunday, July