Trenholm Road United Methodist is among churches that have jumped in to help flood victims. Here, volunteer Ruth Kennemore gets a list of needed items from Anita Leaphart and her daughter Jaynasia Mathis, 6, earlier this week. Family friend Jacqueliee Covington, far left, also was at the church to get supplies and clothing. Members of the faith community have stepped in to help those affected by the flooding.
Trenholm Road United Methodist is among churches that have jumped in to help flood victims. Here, volunteer Ruth Kennemore gets a list of needed items from Anita Leaphart and her daughter Jaynasia Mathis, 6, earlier this week. Family friend Jacqueliee Covington, far left, also was at the church to get supplies and clothing. Members of the faith community have stepped in to help those affected by the flooding. Perry Baker/Provided photo
Trenholm Road United Methodist is among churches that have jumped in to help flood victims. Here, volunteer Ruth Kennemore gets a list of needed items from Anita Leaphart and her daughter Jaynasia Mathis, 6, earlier this week. Family friend Jacqueliee Covington, far left, also was at the church to get supplies and clothing. Members of the faith community have stepped in to help those affected by the flooding. Perry Baker/Provided photo

‘Our faith will get us through this difficult time’

October 09, 2015 10:39 AM

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