TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Some celebrated Saint Patrick's Day the right way, with a pancake breakfast.
Sugar Grove Methodist church hosted the event.
It's a fundraiser for their various outreaches and ministries.
The breakfast was an all you can eat breakfast.
The church invited the community to get full on some delicious food.
"We want to be the church that cares for the community, and so we want to make sure that everyone knows we're here and we care," said Andy Fishback, lead pastor.
The Sugar Grove Methodist Church has been in the Terre Haute community for over 120 years.
They hope to continue their pancake tradition for years to come.
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