The Mount Vernon Police Chaplains help local families in the COVID-19 Crisis

WNZR’s Marcy Rinehart had the chance to talk with Pastor Lucian Baker from Christ the King Community Church about the Mount Vernon Police Chaplains community outreach. The Chaplains are working to provide meals to families impacted by the COVID-19 Crisis. You can help! Listen in and find out how working together can meet a real need in our community. Click HERE to hear their conversation.

The Knox Chaplaincy Core has been called on to help the community with food needs. They are providing meals to children and the elderly around Knox County. The Chaplains would appreciate financial or food donations to help them have the resources for the next 3 weeks. They are in need of canned goods, cereal, pancake mixes, oatmeal, etc. and also monetary donations so that they can continue to shop for food. Donations can be dropped off between 9am and 4pm at the Chaplain House, 209 N Mulberry Street Mount Vernon. Call 419-455-5616 with any questions. If you or your church can help financially, a donation can be made on line at or a check made out to KC3.

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