Allapattah

Ebenezer United Methodist Church Relaunches Drive-Through Food Distribution Plus Health and Wellness Resources

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The Ebenezer United Methodist Church (EUMC) in partnership with Young Adult Missional Movement (YAMM) and United Methodist Commission on Relief (UMCOR) Global Ministries announces the re-launch of the EUMC Food Distribution Ministry on Saturday, April 24, 2021, at 2001 N.W. 35th Street, Miami, Florida 33142 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

 

EUMC has distributed food in the community for over 10 years on Mondays but will now shift to the 2nd and 4thSaturdays starting on April 24th. The change to Saturdays is designed to enable more families to participate on theweekend. Free and open to the publicparticipants will receive food (perishables and non-perishables, based upon availability), temperature checks, blood pressure screenings, in addition to health education information and resourcesThis will be a drive-through distribution site and requires all attendees to remain in their cars at all times. Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will be available for distribution, while supplies last.

 

“To address the demand and impact of COVID 19 on the community, the people that come to our food pantry have generally have no food at home. Considering the expense of food and health care, we are providing screenings that indicate other condition,” said Pastor Sherlain Stevens. “Ebenezer is proud to be part of the solution.”

 

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Allapattah Christmas tradition comes to an end

The Miami Herald:
One last Christmas for Mr. and Mrs. Claus

For 33 Christmas Eves, a cozy home on 47th Terrace has been the center of the universe for children from Liberty City and nearby neighborhoods, a place to fill their bags with free toys and their stomachs with tasty treats.

After more than three decades of extraordinary generosity, Larry and Ernestine Williams held their final Christmas Eve extravaganza Friday night, again putting smiles on dozens of children's faces.

Read entire story at The Miami Herald.

 

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