The clocks have gone back, winter stretches before us and Shiloh’s shelves are full once more thanks to the goodness of those who made Harvest Festival donations over the past few weeks.
“The value to Shiloh of what we received from various sources cannot be overstated,” said Operations Manager, Jonathan Lang.
“Such support helps us meet the challenge of the numbers of folk coming through our doors, which always increases at this time of the year. Their problems are varied but having a good meal is the initial need we try to meet.”
Shiloh representatives had the pleasure of attending some of the church services and other group presentations, from as far apart as Thorpe Hesley, Kiveton Park and Firbeck with each touched by the loving, generous spirit of the donors.
Donors have been: The Minster congregation and St Ann’s School, Bramley Sunnyside, schools, Thorpe Hesley PS, St. Bede’s and St. Paul’s, Masbrough, ‘Footprints’ St Francis, Bramley, St James’, Ravenfield, Piccadilly Methodist Church, Swinton, Kiveton Park Meadows Junior School, St Alban’s Primary School, Wickersley, St James’, Clifton, East Dene Primary School, Wickersley North End Primary School, St. Martin’s, Firbeck, Roman Ridge SH, Sheffield, St George’s, Woodsetts.
Thanks to all for blessing us at this time.