The men’s fellowship of Mt. Zion Native Baptist Church in Sandy Point came to the aid of senior citizen Mrs. Evelyn Burrows, who is a widow living alone in the community. She was overwhelmed with joy to have been given assistance by the Church group of men. On July 6 they paid a courtesy call on Mrs. Burrows and assisted her with the cleanup of her yard.
The Men’s Fellowship President Reserve Corporal Deacon David Lightbourne, says he has a passion for helping the needy and that the auxiliary which he heads in the church was honored to assist Mrs. Burrows. Deacon Lightbourne went on to say when men take their rightful place in the church homes society benefits as a result; hence men should lead in the same fashion like Christ leads the Church.
Mt. Zion’s Pastor Rev. Jason Roberts also took part in the clean up and said he was happy to see the Men of the church making such an impact in the community. Pastor Roberts promises that the best is yet to come as they plan to do even more to assist where needed in the community.