So grateful for help from Argus Optical
On behalf of Loads of Love, a ministry of Christ Church in Warwick, I would like to express our deep gratitude to Jamie Burgess and Claire Cartmill of Argus Optical.
Loads of Love is the Church of Scotland’s ministry for the homeless and needy, where we provide laundry and shower facilities and breakfast to Bermuda’s poorest.
Dr Burgess and Ms Cartmill donated their time and energy to provide optical testing to several of our clients, and Dr Burgess also gave eye glasses to several of our men in need.
We at Loads of Love, and our clients, cannot express how deeply thankful we are to Dr Burgess and Ms Cartmill, and how grateful our gentlemen are to have received this very great kindness which will benefit them in so many ways.
Elder, Church of Christ
Loads of Love Ministry
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