We are keen to proclaim the Gospel in both word and action. Our Manna Project forms part of our compassion ministry.
The Manna Project provides basic food and toiletries to individuals and families in the community who are struggling financially. Food parcels are available from the office at Horsforth on the following mornings: Tuesday and Thursday. Where possible we will also try to provide practical assistance to help relieve this need in the longer term. This may involve practical help from individuals in the church or it may mean pointing you in the direction of those with more specialist knowledge.
How can you get involved?
Donate food to the Manna Project
– A collection box is placed under the welcome desk each Sunday. Dry goods including tinned food, cereals, tea, coffee and toiletries are the most suitable items to donate.
– A collection for compassion ministry will be taken monthly during our morning Lord’s Supper service. Some of this money will be used to buy fresh goods as part of our Manna food parcels.
– Join the compassion ministry team as they pray and plan how we can best respond to the biblical mandate to show compassion to those in need in our community.
Our Deacons co-ordinate our compassion ministry. This includes overseeing the Manna Project and visiting people both within the church and in the community. For more information, contact Rod Wark or Deborah Tibbs.