Reisterstown’s Christian Life Church Helps Needy Post-Pandemic With Food Pantry – CBS Baltimore
REISTERSTOWN, Md. (WJZ)– A regional church is giving out bags of food, from fruits to veggies, for people in demand. It’s all component of their plan to help people get back on their feet after the pandemic.
“We are offering boxes of food to individuals in our area. No doubt asked any person can come,” claimed Carol Lane Williams of Christian Life Church.READ MORE: RavensKnock Broncos From Unbeaten Ranks With 23-7 Thrashing It’s all hands on deck at the Christian
Life Church.”We have vegetables and fruit we have cabbage
, we have carrots, apples, onions, “Williams said.Through a partnershi [with the Maryland Food Bank, Williams claimed the church is putting together boxes of produce for individuals in requirement.” So many individuals are starving, male, as well as this is my church. I’ve been right here for 20 years, as well as they’re a blessing, “claimed Michael Handy of Baltimore.”They help individuals out when they can, and also it’s what most of us need to do in times of need. We need to help each other.” READ MORE: October Is Now ‘Walktober’ in Maryland, With Stroll Maryland Day Establish For Oct. 6 Williams stated the pandemic put a lot of anxiety on family members that were having a hard time to pay costs or number
out where their next meal is originating from. She stated their program, “Cupboard on the Go,”will help ease a few of that stress.”We don’t ask any type of questions due to the fact that we realize that often it’s awkward for individuals. So we simply desire individuals to really feel comfy recognizing they can come below and also obtain that food,”she said.Handy stated the pantry is a blessing throughout difficult times. “It means a whole lot since it spreads out more love than all the hate that’s taking place further down in the city.
We need to get together and also begin living as one,”he said.MORE INFORMATION: Orioles Lose
12-4, Finish With AL-Worst Record Of 52-110 The church said they intend on handing out food again next month on Aug. 7.