Generations

Pictured left to right: Senior Pastor Josh Seabolt and hungry hearts Program Di- rector Donna Alley get ready for the first Hungry Hearts distribution today from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. (or while supplies last). 

Generations Church in Guthrie is finding yet one more way to serve the community.  Beginning today and continuing the first Saturday of every month, they are helping those who need assistance filling their cupboards.  

“A little over a year ago I was in a gas station when a mother and her children came in.  The mother was telling the children to go ahead and get items to eat like snack cakes.  I had a distinct feeling that this might be their dinner,” said Senior Pastor Josh Seabolt.  “I would’ve liked to be able to take them to the church to give them some food, but at the time, we didn’t have anything.  Donna Alley, who directs our program, had it in her heart to start a feeding ministry. We decided we didn’t want anyone in Guthrie to go without food. ”

That’s when their feeding ministry, Hungry Hearts, started.  The program feeds anyone in need.  Beginning at 9 a.m. today anyone can visit their distribution center, located in the warehouse of Generations Church, 2524 W. Noble Avenue in Guthrie.  Distribution will take place until 11 a.m. or while supplies last.  

Generations Church also has a food pantry available to the public.  

“Our pantry is available Wednesdays and Sundays. We also accept donations.  Pastas, sauces, peanut butter, crackers, shelf stable items or any non-perishable item is greatly appreciated,” shared Pastor Seabolt. 

For more information on Generations Church and their feeding program visit their website at www.generationsguthrie.tv or call 405-282-6848.

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