Northwestern Press

Friday, October 18, 2019
PRESS PHOTOS COURTESY JORDAN LUTHERANBarbara Kreidler and Elizabeth Gross help clean a microwave at the Sixth Street Shelter, a temporary shelter for families, Sept. 8 as part of Jordan Lutheran Church’s “God’s Work. Our Hands” volunteer program. PRESS PHOTOS COURTESY JORDAN LUTHERANBarbara Kreidler and Elizabeth Gross help clean a microwave at the Sixth Street Shelter, a temporary shelter for families, Sept. 8 as part of Jordan Lutheran Church’s “God’s Work. Our Hands” volunteer program.
Jordan Lutheran Church members Donna Hahn, Sandy Hoffman, Clarence Hoffman, (back) Judy Grim, Pastor Dody Siegfried, Robin Jensen, Dave and Jean Adam, Shelly Wagaman and Irene Johnson show the fleece blankets they helped make. They are being donated to various local homeless and veteran organizations. Jordan Lutheran Church members Donna Hahn, Sandy Hoffman, Clarence Hoffman, (back) Judy Grim, Pastor Dody Siegfried, Robin Jensen, Dave and Jean Adam, Shelly Wagaman and Irene Johnson show the fleece blankets they helped make. They are being donated to various local homeless and veteran organizations.
Julie Williams with Jameson Williams and Jordan Lutheran Pastor Dody Siegfried help to make a blanket Sept. 8 as part of “God’s Work Our Hands” event. Julie Williams with Jameson Williams and Jordan Lutheran Pastor Dody Siegfried help to make a blanket Sept. 8 as part of “God’s Work Our Hands” event.
Cayden Meitzler, Mia Kerschner, Grace Martz-Shelton, (middle) Terri Weidman, Jordan Kerschner, Sandy Knotts, Jamie Edelman, David Daniel, and (back) Kamryn Vogel use red sand to fill cracks in public areas to bring awareness to human trafficking Sept. 8 as part of Jordan Lutheran’s “God’s Work. Our Hands” volunteer program. Cayden Meitzler, Mia Kerschner, Grace Martz-Shelton, (middle) Terri Weidman, Jordan Kerschner, Sandy Knotts, Jamie Edelman, David Daniel, and (back) Kamryn Vogel use red sand to fill cracks in public areas to bring awareness to human trafficking Sept. 8 as part of Jordan Lutheran’s “God’s Work. Our Hands” volunteer program.
Jim Siegfried and Larry Hahn work to cleaning and detail the vehicles at the Allentown Rescue Mission Sept. 8 as part of Jordan Lutheran Church’s “God’s Work Our Hands” event. Jim Siegfried and Larry Hahn work to cleaning and detail the vehicles at the Allentown Rescue Mission Sept. 8 as part of Jordan Lutheran Church’s “God’s Work Our Hands” event.
Dean Wagaman, Jim Siegfried, Jim Miller, Larry Hahn, Terry Naugle and Dave Mancke gathered at one the Allentown Rescue Mission’s Clean Team trucks. Dean Wagaman, Jim Siegfried, Jim Miller, Larry Hahn, Terry Naugle and Dave Mancke gathered at one the Allentown Rescue Mission’s Clean Team trucks.

Jordan’s helping hands

Thursday, October 3, 2019 by The Press in Local News