On Sunday, March 31st, Reverend Matthew Haslar (Lead Pastor) along with members of the GraceLife Church congregation, family and friends; held what could only be classified as an alternative worship service at Pueblo Cooperative Care Center. This was a wonderful experience and a reflective tribute on what Pueblo Cooperative Care Center represents in bringing glory to God in service. This was a great example of how full-level engagement in the community works to strengthen a church organization, asGraceLife Church collectively helped in fighting hunger. They recognize there is not only a need for food, housing and other emergency services in our community, but also a need for spiritual leadership and development. GraceLife Church led by example on this Sunday, and was on the front lines as they prepared over 75 food sacks and bagged over 150 pounds of beans to fight hunger in Pueblo County. These wonderful, caring individuals, both young and old, shared time together in fellowship and prayer. They proved that they believe in community improvement as they strive to heal bodies, minds and spirits. Thank you, GraceLife Church for helping Pueblo Cooperative Care Center make a real difference in our community!