Thank you for the elder care items!
At a USDA food delivery this winter. The pastor of House of Fellowship Church was leading the NB volunteers with the distribution of fresh food, along with minitering to the spiritual needs of the Dine' people in their cars. One common need of many was supplies to to be able to care for their elders at home and not expose them to COVID-19 but placing them in a care facility during this pandemic time.
So White Rock Presbyterian Church and Sandia Presbyterian Churches collected elder care items for neighbors on the Navajo Nation. Volunteers from Nihitaa' Binaanish, Our Father's Business distributed the cleaning supplies, wipes, adult disposable briefs, bed pads and disposable gloves to neighbors with elders at home.
Ahe'hee, thank you!
The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.
God’s grace was felt by all when Nihitaa’ Binaanish, Our Father’s Business hosted a dairy and produce distribution for the community at House of Fellowship on December 29. In addition to the food boxes, families were given WRPC Christmas Joy Bags containing toys, hygiene items, books, warm clothing, jewelry, homemade pillow cases, candy and school supplies. It was a special treat for community members who have been struggling this season with so many quarantined or sick from COVID-19 and unable to go shopping. NB leadership, who coordinated the distribution, had themselves been quarantined right up until just before Christmas and were unable to make home deliveries. Praise God that their family members have recovered and all are healthy now!
Thank you to all who donated and ordered items and sent funds to keep this WRPC Christmas tradition going. We praise God for his faithfulness.