UNION — This Thanksgiving Day churches, businesses, and community groups in Union County are coming together to help feed and clothe the needy.
In a statement released earlier this week, Living Faith Ministries Church announced that a special dinner will be served and food and clothes distributed at the Pacolet River Baptist Association Hall, 168 Lovers Lane, Union. It states that dinner will be served from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and that food and clothing will also be given out.
The press states the following about the purpose of the event:
Feeding the Hungry is Feeding the Soul. Feeding the Need is Feeding the Heart. Feeding the Mind is feeding the need of Love. Giving thanks is monumental to being able to receive blessings as well as to share others with the spirit of Love. That is how we give back to others. Sometimes in life there comes a time where we must reflect and be grateful for what we have and to share with others.
It states that “Living Faith Ministries Church in cooperation with other churches, businesses, and community groups in Union County are doing so on Thanksgiving Day. This alliance is hosting a Thanksgiving Day Dinner for those in need and the homeless. A clothing give away and food distribution will also take place.”
The press release states that those wanting to donate can do so by dropping off food and clothing at the Pacolet River Association today (Wednesday) from 4-7 p.m.
For additional information contact Desiree Dodson, Outreach Minister, Living Faith Ministries Church, at 864-202-1690.