Last week, the staff of Christ’s Church and the people in their community were faced with a difficult morning commute due to the closure of a major thoroughfare–which is also the road on which the church is located.
(I served at Christ’s Church before coming to Journey Christian Church this month.)
The staff of Christ’s Church noticed that the people who were trying to navigate the detour were stressed out and tempers were hot as the asphalt on which they were driving . . . or should I say “sitting”, so they decided to do something kind for the commuters.
Here’s what one of the staff members reported about the situation:
What a great example and a reminder to all of us of what a church can do when it is committed to making it’s community a better place for everyone.