Luke 3:11 reads, "The man who has two shirts should share with the one who has none, and the one who has food should do the same." In times of need or tragedy, people need the support of their family and friends. When someone has a death in the family, they shouldn't have to worry about cooking a meal. When people are limited after a surgery or accident, they shouldn't have to prepare their own food. Sometimes, something as simple as a prepared meal can save a person hours of stress and worry.
We believe that "loving our neighbor" entails more than a hug or a word of encouragement. Those gestures are wonderful, but genuine love requires action, time and sacrifice. We gladly give our time and resources to help relieve the strain of our brothers and sisters in Christ! If you'd like to help, please contact Debbie Kinna or the church office for details.