28 volunteers from LifePoint Bible Church and Madison Park Christian Church helped Horizons load 8,125 pairs of shoes tonight. We collected almost 25,000 pounds of shoes in two months… With God… all things are possible!
Last call for shoes! We are closing in on our goal of 25,000 pounds of shoes. We’re 1,500 pairs short of our goal and the final pickup is this week! This is the last chance to clean your closet!
There’s bad weather on the way and we don’t want anyone on dangerous roads, so the Food Pantry will he closed tomorrow.
Be safe!! ... See MoreSee Less
18 hours ago
We don’t close for much at Horizons but when it’s a matter of safety, we don’t hesitate.
So... the roads are bad, the sidewalks are bad, and our parking lot isn’t great either. Quincy is covered in ice, and the best thing to do is just stay home and let the road crews do their VERY important job.
Stay home, stay safe, and we’ll have a hot meal waiting for you at lunch tomorrow.Due to ice conditions this morning, Quincy Public Schools will cancel school today, January 15. Please stay safe and warm today. ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
You know what would be perfect on a cold day like today? A nice, hot, open-faced turkey sandwich with mashed potatoes and gravy.
Come on in and get out of the cold. The shoveling can wait until after lunch. ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
"Taste and see that the Lord is good;
blessed is the one who takes refuge in him."
New year, new you, same mission at Horizons: "Motivated by the love of Jesus Christ, our mission is to feed the poor and hungry in our community."
Everyone says they want to lose weight around this time of year, and it's easy to see why. The CDC has found that almost 40% of Americans are obese, which leads to increased health costs and decreased quality of life. So how do we fight the obesity epidemic?
Exercise and good nutrition are the keys to maintaining your health. While we can't help you with the exercise, we CAN put a dent in the problem of nutrition.
Here at Horizons, our goal isn't to just fill bellies. We want you to leave full, but we also want you to leave well-nourished. With that goal in mind--and through the support of several area grocery stores, butchers, businesses, and countless individual donors--we do our best to provide a balanced, healthy meal every weekday.
So come on in, but don't expect to walk out filled with the usual high-fructose corn syrup and sodium loaded empty calories. We have fresh fruits and vegetables, locally raised meats, lovingly crafted recipes, and--most importantly--a safe place to experience God's love.
Don't just cut out the bad. Replace it with the good. We'd love to be a part of that transformation in your life. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago