Norfielders are busy making over 100 masks to help the frontline workers of CLASP Homes, a non-profit that helps developmentally disabled adults with housing and other needs. Special thanks go to Jeanette Hensinger, Kerri Meredith, Taffy, Jenn and Davis Miller and Helen Story.
The Norfield Shepherds are actively checking in on and caring for the needs of their flock within the congregation. For more information about the Shepherds Ministry, and to volunteer to help, please contact Kimberly Wilson at email@example.com.
Meals for Those in Need
Norfielder Erley Pulgarin is busy cooking and providing meals to those in need in our community. Thank you and bless you, Erley!
In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, members of our Outreach and Social Action Committee have been busy addressing the needs of the greater community. Recently, they provided food, personal hygiene products and craft supplies to Pivot Ministries in Bridgeport, CT. They are a longtime beneficiary of Norfield Congregational Church, where forty men who are recovering addicts are currently sheltering in place. There are a number of ways to supporting this great cause:
- Visit pivotministries.org
- Text the word GIVE to 914-228-6555
- Phone 203-644-5098 for a donation card, or
- Send a check payable to Pivot Ministries to 485 Jane Street, Bridgeport, CT 06608
“Even through this, God is so good. Our faith is growing."
The Norfield Prayer Warriors, led by our beloved Jackie Troxell, are continually lifting up in prayer all who are in need of a healing touch during these tough and testing times.
Our soul waits for the LORD; he is our help and shield. Our heart is glad in him because we trust in his holy name. Let your steadfast Love, O LORD, be upon us, even as we hope in You. — Psalm 33:20–22 (NRSV)
Norwalk Hospital Gets a Special Treat
Norfield youth Leila Troxell, a Junior at Weston High School, is a newly minted Gold Award Girl Scout with Weston Troop 50456. Leila came up with a special way to show our gratitude to those on the front lines fighting the virus here in Fairfield County.
She reached out to the community and is receiving donations for boxes of girl scout cookies she can give to the Norwalk Hospital community, her way of saying thank you for their dedication during these difficult times.