Church packs supplies for Liberia

James Norman, Jr. and Vincent Dingle are moving boxes to the sidewalk so they can be loaded onto the tractor-trailer when it arrives.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

Members of Walker Memorial Baptist Church were joined by other churches from around the region to pack a truck full of thousands of pounds of food and medical supplies for a Liberian aid project to combat the Ebola crisis on Friday, December 12.

Pastor Wayne Willims of Mt. Hebron Baptist Church welcomes Reverend Isaac Tukpah, chairman Diaspora Liberia Ebola Crisis Response Campaign, who drove in supplies from churches in Boston to go out with this shipment.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

Rev. Dr. J. Albert Bush of the Walker Memorial Baptist Church is leading the aid project through his missionary organization So Send I You.

Members of the Walker Memorial Bapstist Church and other Baptist churches load the container bound for Liberia with food and medical supplies.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

The goods will be sent to the Providence Baptist Church in Monrovia, Liberia, where the church leaders will divide and distribute the food and supplies to villages in the area.Photos by Jaime Williams

Rev. Dr. J. Albert Bush (r) of Walker Memorial Baptist Church with Rev Andrew M. Digges.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

Reach Reporter Jaime Williams at 718-260-4591. E-mail her at jwill‌iams@‌cnglo‌cal.com.

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