Destiny Christian Church Supports Mosquito Fire Survivors

The church held a recent event where survivors could receive clothing, gas cards and other necessities.

ROCKLIN, Calif. – Destiny Christian Church of Rocklin, Calif., has launched a Response Care Team to provide resources to those affected by the Mosquito Fire in Placer and El Dorado counties.

The church community has donated many items which are made available to survivors at the Destiny Threads Storewhere individuals and families can buy clothes and other basic necessities for free.

Pastor Greg Farrington says the church community wants those going through a difficult time to feel welcomed and cared for.

“We want to give people a chance to say, ‘Hey, there’s a place that cares about me,'” Farrington said.

On September 10, some 200 wildfire survivors gathered at the Rocklin store for clothes, gas and grocery cards, food and prayers.

The church plans to hold another event for wildfire survivors on October 5. If you are in need, know someone who is, or would like to offer your support – Visit Destiny Christian Church by clicking here.

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