Bless a bathroom: Lenten Sunday school gathering

News | March 28, 2019

The kids of St. Paul Sunday School will gather toiletries on two Lenten Sundays for the women and children living at St. Joseph the Worker House in Rock Island – a transitional housing program for homeless families.

St. Joseph the Worker House is centered around basic needs, family, friendship, empowerment and hope. They offer housing for homeless women and children in a spacious caring home that is healthy, loving, and supportive; and collaborate with local services to assist families.

■ March 31: Toilet paper and paper towels

■ April 7: Soap and shampoo, toothpaste and toothbrushes, and other toiletries

Items can be placed on tables in the Education Wing. On Sunday, April 7, at the beginning of Sunday school, all kids will gather in the Lower Commons to bless the items gathered. Questions: Pastor Kendra Thompson,

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