Your Donations Make a Difference
Your Donations Delivered to Pastor Hesham Shehab, Salam Christian Fellowship,
for a New Member Needing Extensive Dental Work
Your Donations Delivered to Put Your Hands Together Food Ministry
On Friday, June 11, LCC delivered your donations to Put Your Hands Together Food Ministry (PYHT) that provides food supplies to churches and ministries that operate food pantries or provide food programs that serve the community and cannot afford to be part of the Illinois Food Bank or the Chicago Food Depository.
Over the past year, this ministry has grown from serving eight congregations or ministry partners to a list of over fifty congregations and ministries that come and stock up on the food they need for their ministries.
Our PYHT food distribution on Friday was a huge success, even with countless unpredictable things going on around us! One thing we know we can always count on is our good Lord always providing for His servants and using their great talents for His glory. Thank you for enabling us to continue to serve Him by helping us out with the fundraisers and donations. We are truly grateful and overwhelmed with joy. We look forward to continuing to spread the joy and abundance of food to all who are in need, especially all the awesome Ministries that support each other around the districts.
Director, Put Your Hands Together Food Ministry
Immanuel, Hillside, Illinois
Your Donations Delivered to Pastor Steve Kass
for the Family in Faith Neighborhood Food Pantry
Your Donations Delivered to Pastor Karim Yaghleji,
Voice of Hope Mission, for Video Equipment
Thank You to LCC Volunteers for Assisting Grace Lutheran Church, Northbrook, Illinois,
to Help Furnish a Single Mom’s Apartment
Last week Pastor Bob Etheridge, John Chalberg, and Bruce Holm Sr. from Grace Lutheran Church, Northbrook, Illinois, picked up a donation of household items for the Walker family. Thank you to LCC volunteers Bob Desiron, Rich Habegger, Mike Calato, and Nanita's boyfriend Rob Gossett for assisting with the delivery.
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