SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) -Kingdom Life Christian Fellowship in Savannah hosted a back to school drive-in on Sunday morning.
They gave away school supplies, laptops headphones, and much more to families and educators. Pastor Charles Roberson says they had to get creative because of the pandemic.
He says every year they try to do something special for students and families as they start the school year and this year was no different.
“We’ve been through a very tough time and our community is still going through a tough time, a lot of people are discouraged, and a lot of families are nervous about virtual school,” Robinson said. “We’ve always supported all of our school systems and our other private schools and we’ve always supported education and because this has been such a tough time, we wanted to do something to bring hope to our families. “We’re parents as well, we have a rising 10th grader so we understand that everyone needs encouragement and they just need to know that someone is with them, so we just decided as a church that’s what we’re supposed to do. We’re supposed to love and bring light and hope.”