Second Annual Food Drive
WEWOKA, OKLA. – The Interfaith Food Pantry in Wewoka relies on donations to help keep up with need in the Seminole community and finds itself especially in need during the summer months. The Junior Division took its first step to be the hands and feet of Jesus last year as they hosted the very first food drive for the Interfaith Food Pantry and continued to develop that relationship this year by hosting the Second Annual Food Drive on the last Friday of camp meeting. Though they didn't meet their goal of 400 items, the juniors were very excited to have made an impact on the Interfaith Food Pantry. As we begin preparing for next year, we challenge all the members of the Oklahoma Conference to find a food pantry near them and be the hands and feet of Jesus. You don't have to wait until camp meeting to make a difference!
By Ashley Alipoon