Our Savior Lutheran donates to Evans Home for Children
WINCHESTER - Our Savior Lutheran Church, which historically sponsors missions nationally and internationally, has chosen to focus its support this year locally.
In recognition of the contributions made by the Henry and William Evans Home to the Winchester community, Lyle Cameron Jr. presented a $1,000 donation on behalf of the church Aug. 6 to Marc Jaccard, executive director of the home.
The Evans Home has provided a home and family environment for children who have been displaced from their homes since 1950.
The Evans Home provides a safe, nurturing environment where children can recover from past in-justices, challenges and thrive educationally, socially and grow to be responsible, contributing members of the community.
During recent years, services have grown to include continued support for these children into adulthood, including The Lloyd House, an independent living home on the property.
Our Savior Lutheran Church, 2800 Millwood Pike, has been a member of the Winchester community since 1981 and moved into its current facility on Dec. 5. The church adheres to a confessional doctrine and traditional liturgy. Service is held Sundays, beginning at 9 a.m. and continues with fellowship at 10:30 a.m., followed by Sunday school and adult education at 11a.m.
Call 540-667-1459, visit oursavior-lcms.org, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Lyle Cameron Jr. (right) presents a $1,000 donation to Marc Jaccard for the Henry and William Evans Home for Children.