Funds will 'feed His sheep' says Carter about 'Lenten Hunger Offering' grants to his two churches
Rev. Jimmy Carter, left in both photos, presents Lenten Hunger Offering checks to the treasurers of the two churches he serves: Tracy Teague at New Hope (left) and Ava Reddick at Wiley Chapel (right) United Methodist Churches. SUBMITTED PHOTOS
Among the churches to receive funds for feeding ministries from the 2019 Memphis Conference Lenten Hunger Offering are New Hope and Wiley Chapel United Methodist Churches, in Mansfield and Paris, Tennessee, respectively.
Rev. Jimmy Carter, left in both photos, presents checks to the treasurers of the two churches he serves. The checks represent grants from a portion of the offering that was awarded to the Tennessee River District where the two churches are located.
To learn more about the Memphis Conference’s 2019 Lenten Hunger Offering that raised and distributed $37,000, click HERE.
“We were excited to make presentations to each church during the morning worship on Sunday, Sept. 1,” said Carter. “These funds will be spent to ‘feed His sheep.’”