Hearts for the Homeless® was invited by our friends at The Chapel for their annual Kingdom Come Sunday. This special occasion is designed to highlight the ministries and organizations that The Chapel partners with to bring support to those in need globally, nationally, and locally.
In his conversation about the work done locally with Hearts’ CEO and President Nick Calandra, Pastor Jerry Gillis emphasizes the importance of the role ministries like Hearts has to bring “local hope” through “Good News and good deeds”. This is exactly how Hearts serves the community.
Nick gives an update on the newly dedicated Hearts Harvest Food Pantry and how God is opening the door for us to speak into the lives of so many more people than ever before; even in the midst of the pandemic.
Our sincerest gratitude to our brothers and sisters at The Chapel for their continued prayers, volunteers, and financial support of Hearts as we continue to meet the physical and spiritual needs of our community.
COVID-19 has challenged the way we serve the community, but it has not changed our desire to serve.
To learn more about how God has blessed us with provision and incredible new opportunities to serve the community, visit The Chapel's Kingdom Come article featuring Hearts.