Hunger Center to Re-Open
With the Stay-At-Home order in effect since March, the CCC3 Hunger Center in the Collinwood Community has been closed to residents. The impact of this has only increased the needs of struggling families.
Governor DeWine announced a “Re-Opening of the Economy” in Phases with the primary focus on the continuation of social distancing. Accordingly, in a meeting with CCC3 leadership, it was decided to have a “Restricted Re-Opening” sometime in May.
“We have been so very concerned about not being able to provide help to families in need through this important ministry during this time,” said Pastor Walther Marcis of St. John Nottingham. “The Restricted Re-Opening will allow us to rekindle relationships and provide critical supplies. Our volunteer support staff is ready and willing to get back to serving the Collinwood Community.”
Registered residents will not be able to enter the building. Instead they line up outside – 6 ft. apart –and will come to the door for verification and receipt of their package(s). As of this writing the Re-Opening date has not been set. For more information, please contact the Center at (216) 481-0794, or visit the St. John Nottingham website at www.stjohnnotitngham.org