Life Source Church will hold it’s second annual ‘Freedom Sunday’ and pledges to give a $5 gift per person in attendance during their Sunday February 17th gathering for two causes. Attendees will have the choice of the Caldwell Food Bank or Project Rescue which aids in the abolition of human trafficking in Southern Asia. All individuals will be given a card to select which charity they want their donation to be directed toward in their honor. The more people in attendance will result in larger gifts for each cause. Life Source Church is seeking to remember those who are often forgotten during a season of Love as Valentine’s Day is observed. Life Source Church currently holds weekly worship gatherings beginning at 10:30am at 31 Fairfield Ave in West Caldwell.
Church Holds ‘Freedom Sunday’ to Give Funds to Local and Global Causes
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