Written by Julie Silva Friday, 29 November 2013 11:02
Dozens donned scarves, beanies and coats to deliver $5 gas vouchers to unsuspecting drivers pulling into the station. Some volunteered to wash windshields as drivers pumped gas. Even after the group cheered as the last gas voucher was handed out just after noon, teens continued to wash windshields of incoming vehicles.
“We just really wanted to show them that we love our community; we love our area,” said Penny Cruz, associate pastor at the church under Eliud and Cathy Garcia, senior pastors. “We love people, and it’s been so awesome looking at the people’s faces like, ‘Why are you doing this?’ Because, just because we have a heart for the people.”