I have a neighbor who is a Jehova's Witness ( sorry if I spelled that wrong). She is a really nice lady and doesn't push her religion on me. Lately she has been bringing food items from her church over to us. It's always stuff we can use and is appreciated. I am wondering if it is a practice of the Jehova's Witness church to have a church pantry or place where people give food and if that is for all church memebers or just for those in need? So if you are a member of that denomination or knowledgible about it, please shed some light on this for me.
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