Four Churches and Radio Station Team Up to Help Those Affected by Tornado | Veneration

Four churches and a Christian radio station have joined forces to help injured and homeless people in western Kentucky in the wake of the tornado and severe weather system that ravaged the region over the weekend.

According to Pastor Steve Hill, Little Clifty Baptist and Potter’s Hope in Leitchfield, New Horizon Baptist in Glendale, Stithton Baptist in Radcliff and WJCR Christian Radio in Upton have teamed up to deliver disaster relief to Benton, Dawson Springs and White Plains. . He said Little Clifty, New Horizon and WJCR will be visiting on Tuesday to distribute supplies and will be located at the Benton Detention Center.

Donations of supplies and money will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. Monday.

“I’ve spoken to several people in the area, and we’re told the need for everything is huge,” Hill said in an email.

He said many of the displaced are in state parks and motels and have no transportation to get to distribution sites to receive aid. He said they were working with a local woman to deliver necessary supplies to these needy people.

“Any donation is appreciated and above all thank you for praying for our team and the ministry to these suffering displaced people,” he said.

Donations can be dropped off at New Horizon Baptist, 864 West Rhudes Creek Road, Glendale, or donated to Little Clifty Baptist Church, 2248 Lilac Road, Leitchfield, KY 42754 ATTN: Ellis Kiper or WJCR Christian Radio in Upton.

For supplies drop-off times, people can call Hill at 270-723-4301.

“Thank you in advance for your prayers and support,” he said.

Mary Alford can be reached at 270-505-1417 or [email protected]

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