ISHINOMAKI, Japan (BNc) — A group from the Mito and Park Avenue churches fed over 100 people housed in temporary shelters, following the earthquake and tsunami of March 11.
The group provided lunch outdoors Nov. 8. The goal was to serve a hot meal to these people and encourage them.
Temporary housing has been erected in various parts of the town. These are generally 2-3 rooms with a kitchen, bath, and toilet. They are fully furnished and are connected together in rows of about 8 apartments to each row. Continue reading “American and Japanese churches feed disaster victims”