Living Faith Christian Center to Host Community Event Where Everything is Free

Living Faith Christian Center (LFCC), located at 2323 Route 73 in Pennsauken, invites residents to leave their money at home on Saturday, Aug. 16 for their annual, “What’s Mine Is Yours: Caring Is Sharing,” themed event, where everything is free.

Giveaways will include free clothing, household items, toys, furniture, backpacks, haircuts, food and health screenings. Kids can enjoy face painting, moon bounces, hot dogs, soft pretzels, and more.

The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on LFCC grounds and is expected to draw nearly 2,000 people.

“Our ministry has always been dedicated and sensitive to the needs of our local community,” Senior Pastor Constance McLean, said. “This year’s event is a result of our continuing passion to ensure the well-being of the people within the community we serve.”

LFCC was founded in 1985 by Constance McLean and her husband, the late Dr. Lamont D. McLean. The ministry, which has been in existence for 29 years, started with 10 members, and has since grown to several thousand members.

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