Due to Covid, the meals were brown bag lunches which included ham/cheese sandwiches and numerous sides plus notes.
Unable to do hot meals, the gang had to mix up some extra goodies. All in all, they delivered over 70 lunches to the Emmanuel Episcopal Community Soup Kitchen.
Every bag needs a sweet treat for desert and Katherine got the enviable job of stuffing in the good stuff.
Somebody has to do the clean up and the group was thankful Elizabeth was there to do the job.
Henry Ford would be proud. Look at that assembly line of ham & cheese sandwiches they've got lined up!
Thanks again to the scouts of Troop 619 who helped get the kitchen clean and ready for events like this.
View of part of the parking lot during a drive-in service. Just tune-in to Pastor Howie's sermon and songs on your car radio. Or, if the weather's good, social distance in a lawn chair.
The Missions Team brings in food to the Veterans Drop-In Center. August 2020
Sisters in Christ have a lot of fun as they fellowship for others, here making home-made vegetable beef soup for the sick and shut-ins.
Home-made vegetable beef soup ready for when there is a need.
Just some of the many sacks from our food drives.
Honoring our members who are veterans and have served us all.
A great turn-out for Charge Conference 2019 with District Superintendent, Fabiola Grandon-Mayer.
One stop trick or treating at RUMC
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