(JUDAH) – On Friday, Connerstone Worship Center located in Judah provided local families boxes of food for those who might be in need.
This would make the second time the church has provided a meal in a box. In November it was estimated that the church gave out approximately 600 boxes of food.
On Friday, the truck was delayed in getting to the church so there was a slight delay and people had to wait. Approximately 100 vehicles were already in line on Friday morning.
“We want people to be patient with us as we work out the kinks to our system,” said Pastor T.J. Skiles of Cornerstone Worship Center.
The outreach is a “no strings attached” ministry as the food is delivered from Farmers of America. They do not ask any questions and just distribute the food.
“We just want to reach out to the community and fulfill a need that is there. 2020 has been very difficult for many people especially those with job losses. A colleague of mine contacted me and told me about the program and thought it would be beneficial to our area,” said Pastor Skiles.
The church is hoping to provide this program on a monthly basis next year. To keep updated on the next food distribution you can go to the church’s website at https://www.cornerstonejudah.com/