When supporters gather for Saturdays AIDS Awareness Walk in Henderson, theyll share in food, music and have free access to a health fair. They will also be greeted by protesters from the Pilgrim Baptist Church. Local AIDS resource group Matthew 25 has sponsored the AIDS awareness walk for several years. It is their largest fundraiser, and provides operating capitol for outreach, treatment and support for those living with the AIDS virus. Organizers say its not uncommon to have protesters picket the event. Pastor J.W. Butler of Pilgrim Baptist says the walk is akin to a gay pride parade. He takes issue with condom giveaways at the walk, and quotes bible scripture which he feels compels his church to try to "protest and warn Matthew 25 of their sins and lies." A Matthew 25 spokeswoman says the protesters are welcome to speak their mind, and even said their presence helps draw attention to the work they do in the community. She said she hopes to remind people that people of all races, religions and sexual orientations are among those afflicted with HIV and AIDS.