EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) — Bethesda Ministries in Evansville is in need of your help during the global pandemic.
Last month, the church decided to help the community by turning its food pantry into a drive-thru service. It has received items from the Tri-State Food Bank including frozen food items.
Although they have enough dry storage space, the church pastor says they are in need of more refrigerator space.
“I remember we got a couple of cases of eggs that we had to try to expedite or get them out quickly because we didn’t have enough refrigeration for them,” Pastor Darrell Cook said.
If you’d like to help, contact Bethesda Ministries. If you visit the pantry at Stringtown and Reis, you’re asked to remain in your car.
(This story was originally published on April 8, 2020)