MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The giving spirit was alive and well in Minneapolis again Friday.
Spiritual Church of God and the group Minnesota Acts Now gave out gifts to the homeless.READ MORE: Judge To Decide On Evidence Allowed At Kyle Rittenhouse Trial
They were spreading holidays cheer outside the Salvation Army’s Harbor Light Center in Minneapolis.READ MORE: Minnesota Weather: Severe Weather Threat Fizzles, But More Heavy Rainfall Coming Overnight
A Bishop from the church says he knows it’s been a tough year for so many, but says he wanted to Christmas spirit to be alive this holiday.
“Yes, we are going through hardship right now, but things are indeed going to get better. We’re telling people to hold on. Just hold on,” Bishop Harding Smith said.MORE NEWS: What Is The Key To A Long Life?
If you’d like to help, you can always make a donation directly to the Salvation Army.
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