In a time of uncertainty and great need, a South Jordan church is giving back to the community.
Missio Dei Community – South Jordan held a pop-up food bank on March 22 that helped feed more than 70 families. Volunteers assembled boxes containing a variety of food and distributed them to families who came by.
“My wife and I were thinking, ‘There are a lot of kids staying at home. So, what do they eat during the day?’” said Bobby Sharp, with the Missio leadership team. “Lunch meat to make sandwiches, condiments, cereal, milk, fruit, vegetables—so, things that kids would eat. Ramen, things like that.”
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