Bless the Hands That Feed Us 

September 22, 2020

As we continue to struggle with COVID times and emerge from our smoke filled air, the Immigration Ministry Team asks your support and prayers for  the farm workers in our state and everywhere. We recently contributed $1500 in the name of Plymouth, as well as personal donations, to support the "farmworkers United for Justice" (FUJ) in our state whose health and livelihood have been greatly impacted.

They are working long hours in the fields, sleeping in very close quarters and working side by side in processing plants without masks and protection from smoke or COVID. They have not been eligible for federal relief money, nor have they had easy access to COVID testing. A positive COVID test means 2 weeks without work or income and a risk to all around them.

As we savor newly harvested apples, pears, sweet potatoes, peppers and so much more, please include a word of gratitude for these essential workers and a prayer for their well-being. Thank you. -Plymouth Immigration Ministry Team

Topics: Church Life



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