Helping our Neighbors
FOOD DRIVE AND MORE
We are now into May and it has been 43 days since Gov. Newsom issued the Stay at Home order. Many in our community are in need during this time. Dcn. Gary has reached out to
Manna Connejo food bank
and we have set up a food and more drive at the church for May 9. This will be a drive by system adhering to physical distancing. Our approach will be to let the cars drive up in front of the church. If the bags are in the trunks we will ask you to just pop the trunk and we will grab the bag. If the bag is in the car, we will ask the driver to set the bag on the ground and then we will pick it up. It will be best if everyone can place their items in the trunk or lift back, if possible. No one or items will be allowed in the church itself.
MAY 9: 8 - 11 AM
Manna Conejo will pick up the donated goods at 11:30, so all donation need to be in by 11. I have attached a flyer of the event to this message.
Food Drive for Manna 20 05 09.pdf
Mac & Cheese
Diapers (size 4,5,6)
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