Published On: Wed, Sep 6th, 2017

Local Lutheran Church reaches out to hurricane victims

COLERIDGE —  God’s work. Our hands.
Immanuel Lutheran Church in Coleridge is reaching out to those who are dealing with the hardships from the hurricane and flood waters in Texas.
Pastor Russ Lambert and people in the church have been praying for the people who have been dealing with the storm and are now in the process of doing more.
Lambert or church members won’t be going to Texas in person but they are sending an assortment of goods that are desperately needed to the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
After the announcement was made it took only a short amount of time before items started being dropped off at Immanuel Lutheran Church.
Boxes have been filled with gently used and new clothing, kitchen items, toiletries, shoes, coolers, quilts and various other items.
“We have 56 quilts that were provided by the quilting ladies at the church. That is incredible,” Lambert said. “They had also asked for coolers and people brought in a number of coolers.”

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