Morning Star Fellowship Offers ‘Boxes of Hope’

BECHTELSVILLE PA – In its part to be proactive in helping those affected by the coronavirus outbreak Morning Star Fellowship, a Bible-based church at 100 Limekiln Road, has joined a nationwide effort to deliver “Boxes of Hope” to individuals and families “affected either through illness, quarantine, or just the uncertainty of this time.”

The boxes contain a variety of foods and soups, snacks, paper products, cleaning products, kids activities, and faith-based literature intended to inspire (at top). They are being offered at no cost, one per home, to those who have contracted COVID-19, are quarantined, or caring for themselves or loved ones. Donations also are being accepted from those interested in supporting the effort. See the Boxes of Hope website, here.

Morning Star is being joined in Boxes of Hope by other congregations in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, South Carolina, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Michigan, Kansas, Indiana, Minesota, Texas, New Mexico, and California.

Photo from Boxes of Hope