‘Hands of Christ’ finds new home


The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was excited to hold a ribbon cutting for Hands of Christ Street Ministry as its newest members. The Chamber welcomes this organization that has been reaching out and providing for the needs of Fayette County for many years. They are now at their new home, 301 W. Elm St. in Washington C.H., where they are able to provide free groceries, hygiene products and household supplies and a prayer room. For more information on their services please call (740)463-1885. Pictured: Mike and Lori Bowen, Mindy and Kenny Massie, Zack Bennett, Chamber Ambassadors: Robyn Hadden (C.H. Manor/St. Catherines) and Debbie Bryant (United Way), along with the Street Ministry team and board members.

The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was excited to hold a ribbon cutting for Hands of Christ Street Ministry as its newest members. The Chamber welcomes this organization that has been reaching out and providing for the needs of Fayette County for many years. They are now at their new home, 301 W. Elm St. in Washington C.H., where they are able to provide free groceries, hygiene products and household supplies and a prayer room. For more information on their services please call (740)463-1885. Pictured: Mike and Lori Bowen, Mindy and Kenny Massie, Zack Bennett, Chamber Ambassadors: Robyn Hadden (C.H. Manor/St. Catherines) and Debbie Bryant (United Way), along with the Street Ministry team and board members.


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The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was excited to hold a ribbon cutting for Hands of Christ Street Ministry as its newest members. The Chamber welcomes this organization that has been reaching out and providing for the needs of Fayette County for many years. They are now at their new home, 301 W. Elm St. in Washington C.H., where they are able to provide free groceries, hygiene products and household supplies and a prayer room. For more information on their services please call (740)463-1885. Pictured: Mike and Lori Bowen, Mindy and Kenny Massie, Zack Bennett, Chamber Ambassadors: Robyn Hadden (C.H. Manor/St. Catherines) and Debbie Bryant (United Way), along with the Street Ministry team and board members.

The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was excited to hold a ribbon cutting for Hands of Christ Street Ministry as its newest members. The Chamber welcomes this organization that has been reaching out and providing for the needs of Fayette County for many years. They are now at their new home, 301 W. Elm St. in Washington C.H., where they are able to provide free groceries, hygiene products and household supplies and a prayer room. For more information on their services please call (740)463-1885. Pictured: Mike and Lori Bowen, Mindy and Kenny Massie, Zack Bennett, Chamber Ambassadors: Robyn Hadden (C.H. Manor/St. Catherines) and Debbie Bryant (United Way), along with the Street Ministry team and board members.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/04/web1_Hands-of-Christ-St-Ministry-Ribbon-Cutting-4.8-3-.jpegThe Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was excited to hold a ribbon cutting for Hands of Christ Street Ministry as its newest members. The Chamber welcomes this organization that has been reaching out and providing for the needs of Fayette County for many years. They are now at their new home, 301 W. Elm St. in Washington C.H., where they are able to provide free groceries, hygiene products and household supplies and a prayer room. For more information on their services please call (740)463-1885. Pictured: Mike and Lori Bowen, Mindy and Kenny Massie, Zack Bennett, Chamber Ambassadors: Robyn Hadden (C.H. Manor/St. Catherines) and Debbie Bryant (United Way), along with the Street Ministry team and board members. Courtesy photo