Emergency Relief Kit Update: May 20, 2020
At this time, Liquid Church is not accepting new applications for free Emergency Relief Kits. We are still providing these crucial supplies of food, toiletries, and cleaners to the community, but must focus our energy and resources on fulfilling the thousands of requests already submitted. We hope to reopen our registration form in June to serve additional families in need.
If you are in need of food, we want to let you know about another opportunity to receive free resources. Liquid Church hosts a Mobile Food Bank each Friday at our church located at 299 Webro Road in Parsippany from 10am – 12pm. Those in need receive approximately one week’s worth of food that includes dairy products, meat, fresh vegetables, and non-perishable food. Supplies are provided on a first come first serve basis, and we recommend arriving early before supplies run out.
As people who love Christ, it’s our joy to serve our neighbors across NJ in any way we can during this crisis. We feel blessed that we’ve been able to distribute nearly 100,000 pounds of emergency relief supplies to families in need across the state, supporting thousands of individuals and families by providing non-perishable food, bottled water, antibacterial wipes, toilet paper, toiletries, and more. We are grateful for our partnership with two incredible organizations dedicated to bringing food and emergency supplies to those who need it most:
• Convoy Of Hope is a disaster relief ministry with more than 25 years of experience serving during times of crisis.
• Feed The Children is dedicated to fighting childhood hunger, bringing food and other essentials to communities in need.
We are living in unprecedented times and now, more than ever, we need to lean on each other for care, support, and encouragement. We want you to know that our church is here to help and we’ll continue to work to meet the needs of our neighbors.
This video showcases Liquid Church’s first delivery of emergency relief supplies from Convoy of Hope. 26,000 pounds of food, toiletries, and baby supplies were distributed to 3,000 individuals across NJ.