Apostles Lutheran Church, Gloucester, mailed out $500 donations each this week to the GUEST homeless shelter, Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic, Bread for Life Food Pantry, and the Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services Board for its LGBTQIA+ programs, Bay Aging, and the local NAACP chapter.
During the pandemic, the church has continued worshiping online and now in-person again and its members have continued to support the church and its ministries. Apostles Lutheran decided to give something back to support the community.
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