It was a light night, the lightest in fact since last September, but one filled with pathos. One lady slipped past us without prayers, then came back. I recognized her as having been there earlier, and I said “You’re back!” She said that she needed prayers and told me of her financial situation. I remembered her from a few months back. She holds a masters degree, had a home and a good career. But in December she lost her job and has not been able to find another. In these four months she has exhausted her resources and is desperate. As we prayed, the tears flowed, and Jackie came and hugged and consoled her. It was beautiful, but painful.
Please pray for this child of God and for all our clients.
Needs list, for persons wanting to donate food: canned vegetables, peanut butter
This week’s numbers:
– # of volunteers: 17
– # households served: 51
– # individuals served: 148
– # first-timers: 5
(1) Work with an experienced volunteer to pick up food at Capital Area Food Bank on Tuesdays at 11:00AM and take to Food Pantry. Total time from Covenant area will be about 10:30 AM to 1:00 PM. This job requires the ability to lift up to 30 lbs and load these items into a vehicle, then unload into the Food Pantry.
Covenant Food Pantry is a Capital Area Food Bank Partner Agency