Lent offers a time to take on a spiritual practice. You might consider donating food to ECHO as a way to respond to the call to “Feed my sheep.”
If you don’t have time this week to check out the Most Needed items at echo-inc.org or can’t visualize examples that have recently been displayed on the communion table, please remember this: Most ECHO clients request flour or masa, sugar, canned fruit, and instant coffee or tea. Add one or two of these items to your shopping cart and you will help keep the food pantry stocked during this time of continued high need.
Please place your contributions in the mission cabinet across from the kitchen. We deliver them to ECHO early each week.
ECHO (Ecumenical Community Helping Others) assists residents of Burke and Springfield suffering the effects of long-term poverty or experiencing a short-term financial need.