Urban Hope, the parent company of Saturate NYMetro, is releasing all of it’s Jesus Week evangelism resources and humanitarian supplies to local ministries for the remainder of the year.
Jesus Week is an annual evangelistic outreach that includes various community events and initiatives throughout the city. Jesus Week was cancelled this year due to the pandemic.
Urban Hope is offering popular books by Max Lucado and Lee Strobel (The Case for Christ), children’s books, Sunday school materials, and the Jesus Film DVD, amoung many other materials. The supplies also include a limited amount of face masks, children’s clothing, diapers, baby wipes, and various health and wellness resources, as they arrive.
“There is a desperation for the love of Jesus in a time like this,” said David Beidel, director of Urban Hope and Saturate NYMetro. “Our neighbors need hope like never before.”
“This year, we were ready for a huge Jesus Week. We have a whole wearhouse full of outreach resources, but the plan changed because of COVID,” said Beidel. “As churches are starting to slowly open up, we are making these resources available to any church who wants to bring good news to its neighborhood.”
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During this unprecedented season of sorrow and distress, Urban Hope, the parent company of Saturate NYMetro, is releasing all of it’s Jesus Week evangelism resources and its humanitarian resources for the remainder of the year. This includes a limited supply of face masks, children’s clothing, diapers, baby wipes and various health and wellness resources as they arrive. Register for free: JesusWeekUSA.org
Posted by Jesus Week on Friday, August 7, 2020