A key theme of The Post Covid Church project is sharing ideas that will help churches not just survive, but thrive in this challenging environment and become stronger bodies to serve greater needs.  That means breaking down walls and cooperating, because the overwhelming consensus is that 1) the church will be smaller and 2) the needs to fill will be greater.

Prodisee Pantry serves several hundred hungry families a week in Baldwin County Alabama.   It started when Deann Servos and two fellow parishioners at Spanish Fort United Methodist Church started a food closet and quickly realized that to really make a difference, they needed to get outside their walls.  Now, more than 100 churches in the county work together each week to serve.  See in this short video not only how Prodisee works, but how your church can stand out by reaching out and working together to make a difference….

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