This ministry is just one way WWCC is reaching out to the community and shining the light of Christ. On the 2nd & 4th Mondays of each month, the Helping Hands Food Pantry is open to anyone in our community who needs a helping hand. The back door to our building (closet to the dumpster) is unlocked at 9:30 A.M. and food distribution continues until 11:30 A.M. Please, enter the back door (labeled "Helping Hands Food Pantry"), go down the stairs, turn right and pick-up a number which will determine in what order you are served.
Note: If it is your first time requesting help from our food pantry or if it's been a while, you will be required to fill out some paperwork and provide some personal information, which will remain confidential. The primary purpose for this is for record keeping and accountability, as we do receive some USDA food. The rest of the food that is given comes from a regional food bank and through donations by generous people who understand that blessed people bless people.
We are happy to serve, bless and provide for you during your time of need, because Jesus Christ has first served, blessed & provided for each of us. We give in Jesus' Name.
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