Reported by: Dave Benton
Videographer: Kenney Barnette
Web Producer: Dave Benton
Reported: Dec. 25, 2012 1:37 PM EST
Updated: Dec. 26, 2012 11:29 AM EST
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, Cabell County
, West Virginia
Volunteers in Huntington are working to see that men, women and children who don't have a place to for Christmas have a hot meal.
Members of First Presbyterian Huntington prepared close to 500 meals Christmas morning. Two-hundred people were served in their dining hall and 300 meals were delivered to folks throughout the community who live as shut-ins or in nursing homes.
The church is giving City Mission workers a break, so members cooked for the needy.
Associate Pastor Skip Seibel said, "It's important for our people to give and share. We have more volunteers than we need and that's good. It's a time of year for us to exemplify the love of Christ to give and serve."
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