As a recent Pew Center study shows there is a widening gap between those who have and those who don’t in Houston. That leaves room for area churches to step in and help those who are less fortunate. And that’s exactly what they’re doing over at Heart of Faith Worship Center. The church is kicking off their food pantry in the community. They will provide food to those who are in need here in Houston. Heart of Faith is headed by Archbishop John Baines. Here’s more of the announcement from a member of the congregation:
My name is Tiffany Franklin from Heart of Faith Worship Center located at 12275 Homestead Rd. 77050. I wanted to inform you of the great work God is doing in the community. He has blessed my church for an approval to get the food pantry started for the community. We service everyone in our neighborhood no matter who you are. We are not just a church but a beacon light to the world and we plan on touching everyone’s life.
So far we have given away 22,000 pounds of food to the needy and serving at least 200 to 300 every Wednesday from 5pm to 7pm. Every first Saturday we serve free breakfast for all senior citizens from 9am to 10am. We want to spread the good news all over Houston and beyond that this church is here to service you. We do not do it for a round of applause or standing ovation but to serve God and his people!! We are nothing without him and we want to spread the news to you for you are a great source to get the word out to our lovely city.