Hundreds of Children Will Pack 1,200 Hunger Relief Packages in Less Than 3 Minutes in a Guinness World Record attempt for NJ Liquid Church.
MORRISTOWN, NJ, July 8, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ — Over 350 kids and volunteers will demonstrate this week that you don’t need to be a super hero in order to help with problems as widespread as hunger across our cities. Participants from Liquid Church’s Camp Rock program will work together on Friday, July 11 to break the Guinness World Record for most hunger relief packages assembled simultaneously. Liquid Church teams will assemble the hunger relief packages within a 3-minute time period to break the record.
Each hunger relief kit will include 10 different shelf-stable items and be packed in a carrying bag. The original record was established by employees of a Fortune 500 company in Fayetteville, Arkansas in 2012 with 555 packages. Liquid Church will attempt to break the original record by more than doubling the number of packages.
All hunger relief kits will be donated to My Neighbor’s Pantry in Somerset, NJ, a local distribution hub for donated and federal food aid.
Liquid Church is working with Guinness World Records Limited of London to properly authenticate the record-breaking event on July 11 in Mountainside, NJ.
“We’re excited to encourage the world that whether you are a child or adult, you can make a difference in our communities. I love seeing our kids put their faith into action!” said Tim Lucas, lead pastor of Liquid Church, a non-denominational Christian church with four locations across New Jersey.
About Liquid Church
Liquid Church is one of NJ’s fastest-growing Christian churches. Founded in 2001 by Lead Pastor Tim Lucas, the church’s vision is to “take church to the people” with campuses in Morristown, Mountainside New Brunswick, and Nutley. Over 3,000 people experience Liquid Church’s worship services each weekend in New Jersey and around the globe through Church Online. As a part of its global outreach Liquid provides clean drinking water to the poorest of the poor with dozens of completed projects in Central African Republic, Nicaragua and El Salvador. Details available at: www.LiquidChurch.com