Messenger photos by Rick Palsgrove
Members of Reynoldsburg United Methodist Church fanned out over the city on Feb. 13 to provide community service as part of the church’s Love Reynoldsburg Community Service Day. “We love our community,” said Beth Marshall, event coordinator and coordinator of missions. “We want to spread the love of Christ and be a good neighbor by giving back to the community.” The volunteers handed out hot chocolate at Walmart and Ace Hardware, worked concessions at the Reynoldsburg High School Summit Campus, and helped clean at Joseph’s Coat, which is a local non-profit ministry that provides free furniture, personal care items and clothing to those in need. Pictured here are (above) Angela Capers vacuuming at Joseph’s Coat and Vicki Baptist (below) lending a hand at Joseph’s Coat. Visit reynoldsburgumc.org for information on the church.