"We just got together, brainstormed and said why don't we just do something with this," said Pastor Salters.
For years, the church has been holding monthly dinners.
"Then somebody said, 'you know what? Why don't we just start eating healthier food than what we've been eating,' and everybody started getting recipes and doing that."
Everyone's getting involved.
"The young girls, they started getting curious because they always want to know how to cook. We said all right let's teach them, but let's teach them the best way to cook and that's how it really got started, just from that," said Salters. "One of the reasons they decided to start up this healthy eating program is because they noticed often times when church got out, many people were heading down the street to get some fast food."
But now, that has changed.
"More vegetables, more fruits, it's how you prepare the food, instead of frying chicken, bake it."