A semi has been donated to assist the church in moving all of the donated items. They also have a refrigeration unit that will be staying in Joplin.
Members of the House of Prayer will be outside of the Plymouth Wal-Mart Thursday night from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Donations can also be taken directly to the church on Thursday.
They are currently asking for baby products, feminine products, food that can be eaten out of the package, pet food, and bottled water. These families have lost everything so anything donated will be greatly appreciated.
Members are leaving very late on Thursday night and really want to take a full semi load of donations. They will be handing out the donations themselves along with another church that is a part of the United Pentecostal Church International in Joplin.