Local Church Gives to Non-Profits Amid COVID-19

(Ken Locke, Salvation Army; Pastor John B. Lowe, New Life Christian Church and World Outreach; Randy Polston, Combined Community Services)


{Warsaw, IN New Life Christian Church and World Outreach is giving back to the community with a donation of $5,000 to Combined Community Services and $5,000 to The Salvation Army of Warsaw, INThese two organizations continue to serve Kosciusko County during the COVID-19 outbreak. 

While Combined Community Services has closed the building to the public, they are continuing to provide most all services. The food pantry is open as a drive up service on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The Salvation Army is open daily and are continuing their services as well. 

New Life Christian Church and World Outreach, founded by Pastor John and Debbie Lowe, has been in existence since 1983. Their mission is to bring new life to the sinner and new life to the saint, a Christian family church reaching the world that cost the blood of Jesus.

Pastor Lowe said that this donation “reminds people that we have two great agencies locally who are making a real difference.” He added “…it’s not about us, it’s not even about our church as a corporate group of local believers. It’s about the greater vision of the Kingdom of God reaching down in this world where people are really hurting and helping people to come out of poverty and meeting their needs.”

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