‘A voice of science and God’s love.’
As COVID–19 vaccines become more accessible to the general public, Salvation Army continues to team up with local health care professionals to get shots into people’s arms and to educate them about the pandemic.
In Camden, N.J., The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center officials hosted live sessions through social media and featured medical professionals. They answered questions and informed the public.
Captain Keith Maynor, the center’s administrator, says the Church can play an important role in erasing fear and doubt about the vaccine. “It has been a profound blessing to deliver this ministry from the voice of both science and God’s love. We want to be a bridge of hope during this pandemic. Through the Lord, we’ve been able to do that.”