(Old Bank of America teller windows). Main Street between 5th and 6th Street will be closed. All persons will stay in their vehicles while the volunteer staff load in their food supply.
Current customers will only need to roll down the passenger window and present their ID. Their food supply will be loaded in the back seat or trunk of car and social distancing is adhered to.
New customers are being asked to come by the church on or before Sunday, April 19 to complete a registration form. New customers are encouraged to do so in order to be in the count of the 200 minimum boxes that are prepared. New customers can go online to download the registration form at www.houseofbreadark.org House of Bread is asking that there be only ‘one’ person in each car to help comply with social distancing guidelines.
Apostle Saint Mary Harris is prayerful and hopeful that these adjustments will allow the ministry to continue to support families in need of these services and is requesting everyone to be patience and in full support of all city and state guidelines during this pandemic. Volunteers are needed.
At the same time, House of Bread Deliverance Church is fully depending on God and ongoing supporters to stay in faithful belief that God is going to provide protection and resources for the program to be successful. Partners, underwriters are encouraged to continue in prayer and donating to these efforts.
To volunteer, donate or to get more information, please call 870.872.2196, email email@example.com or visit the website at www.houseofbreadark.org
House of Bread feeding has impacted thousands through the monthly distribution and at other intervals when people have needs beyond what their monies and resources can support. Annually, Apostle Saint Mary moves beyond the circle of Pine Bluff and Arkansas and travels into foreign soil to plant seeds of finances, commodities and church leadership and startups to expand her calling as God directs.