Lenten ‘Sacrifice and Serve’ series negins with Interfaith Nutrition Network


Jean Kelly, executive director of the Interfaith Nutrition Network kicks off the Church of Our Saviour, Lutheran’s Lenten “Sacrifice and Serve” speaker series. As part of the Sunday 10 a.m. worship experience throughout Lent a special guest exemplifies the Lenten call to “Sacrifice and Serve,” providing opportunities to learn of those caring for others, and to lift them up in prayer for their service, and be inspired to consider personal opportunities to serve God in similar means of thanksgiving.

Kelly shared touching stories about how their services have positively impacted the lives of the guests the Interfaith Nutrition Network serves. The mission of the Interfaith Nutrition Network is to address the issues of hunger and homelessness on Long Island by providing food, shelter, long-term housing and supportive services in a dignified and respectful manner for those who seek the organization’s help.

Upcoming guests are Neela Mukerjee Locke, American Red Cross (emergency response) on March 17; John Durso, Long Island Federation of Labor (labor/workforce) on March 24; Thomas Suozzi, U.S. Congressman (public service) on March 31; and Drew Scott, Opioid Addiction Task Force Leader and News Broadcaster (addictions) on April 7. All are welcome. The church is located at 1901 Northern Boulevard (northeast corner of Copley Road), Manhasset.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here