Danville church group hopes bags fill food bank
A Danville church has come up with an innovative way to help God’s Storehouse.
The Outreach Committee of the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany designed environmentally friendly grocery bags complete with a laminated list of the top items the local food bank needs.
“Five or six of us brainstormed and came up with this idea,” committee member Janie Lee Carter said.
The committee members designed the bags and took their work to Captain Copy for printing. On Sunday, church members received their bags and were asked to take them when they go shopping.
Carter said the laminated list is important because it reminds parishioners to help God’s
Storehouse, and with items it genuinely needs. These items include canned food, pasta, peanut butter and other necessities.
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