Since the eruption of the novel coronavirus in February 2020, organizations, businesses and private lives have had to change what was considered a normal style of living and adjust to the situation.
Making a big change was Providence Baptist Church, circa 1850, at Ordinary. No longer holding regular Sunday services, Providence began serving the community with home-cooked meals.
This is the story from Paul Lemon, chief chef, who says, “The main reason I got into cooking is I like to get together with friends and family, and what better way than to prepare a good meal to enjoy fellowship with each other? When it comes to food it has to be good. When serving food to someone, you want them to feel like the person cooking cares about what is served and the way it is prepared.” And so the church outreach program began.
The fellowship committee met at the church following the shutdown, discussing how to serve the community in this time. Following prayer it was decided to serve food ...
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