Watermark Wesleyan Church launched a new mission called Be the Church at the beginning of the Virus shutdown on March 16.
The goal is fulfilling physical and emotional needs in the Southtowns during this time of crisis.
Thanks to the generosity and giving and volunteering of hundreds of Watermark worshipers to this point, here is a glimpse at just some of what is been going on:
60 Volunteer Drivers have delivered more than 400 bags of groceries, paper, and hygiene and cleaning products to families in the Southtowns.
600+ cooked and packaged meals have been delivered to the homeless, isolated, at risk and first responders (this is not a regular meal service; we only do this when we can.)
Watermark will continue to provide this support to ANYONE who requests it. They do NOT need to be CIA church attendee or a Watermark attendee.
Do you know a person or family that is struggling financially or due to isolation and could use some FREE groceries and products delivered to their doorstep?
Click on or share this link, or have them call Watermark at
716-649-6335 and tell us about their needs.
Obviously, we cannot meet every need, but we try to give help to anyone who asks.
See everything that Watermark is doing at our main
Be the Church page.
Any questions about Watermark or Be the Church, email Jay Bradway at:
email@example.com or call him
CIA Member Church Program
Relief for those in need
To All the Friends of Churches in Action,
If you know of someone in need due to the circumstances brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, please share with them this program from one of our Member churches.
Peace be with you!