Those preparing hot meals...
We have been given a significant amount of food to assist churches in preparing meals for those in need as it relates to this disaster. This food is in bulk, so it is not suitable for food boxes to be delivered to families or individuals. And the food we have been given is not all parts of a meal. This food is to be used to supplement what some of you are already doing as you prepare hot meals. If you know of a church or organization that is preparing food then they can contact:
Red Springs Mission Camp, Larry Osborne - (919)264-4397
Shelby Mission Camp, David Brown - (919)422-9990
Charity Rebuild Center, Richard Weeks - (910)590-1720
Those that reach out to one of these locations to get food will need to work out a time to go to the location. We will not be able to deliver food to you. Also, we want this food to help as many people as possible so please make sure those you advise know that they can only get 1-2 weeks of this food at a time.
Please continue to let us know how God is at work in your community!
We cannot say thank you enough for all that you are doing in your community. We know there is a lot going on in NC during this time. We would love to highlight some of these things. Please let us know of your churches upcoming service days and ways you are working in your community. If you are wanting more ideas of what you can do to help please visit our Ideas of Ways to Help page.
Share what you are doing and when this is taking place by completing the form using this link below:
This past week a shower unit was set up in Wake County. This shower unit will serve the homeless population in the county. Baptists on Mission partnered with Oak City Cares and Wake County to make this happen.
Highlights of those serving around NC!
Please continue sharing these service events going on across the state. Let’s encourage one another by being the hands and feet of Jesus! Thank you for all that you are doing!
- “We partnered with a local restaurant to bring their food truck to a section 8 apartment that we minister to. We provided a hot meal for over 200 people. We gave each person info on our church and a snippet of our Easter sermon on hope. The restaurant donated all the food.”
- “We prepared and served 120 lunch plates as an appreciation to our community’s first responders: fire, police, sheriff, EMS departments and state troopers.”
- “Food pantry and visitation and sharing food with people who have had a hard time in this COVID-19 situation.”
- “We have dropped off food boxes/bags to families that needed it.”
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