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E-Free Church serving breakfast to LSSU students Saturday morning

E-Free wants to help them finish the semester strong as they prepare for the first-semester final exams next week

Lake Superior State University students are gearing up for final exams next week.

And one Sault Ste. Marie church is going to make sure their stomachs are full this weekend to help them focus on studying.

E-Free Church is serving up a hearty breakfast this Saturday morning, Dec. 2,  at their 1901 John Street location.

Eggs, waffles, pancakes, sausage links, bacon, toast, milk and orange juice will be served up by E-Free volunteers from 9a.m.-11a.m.  

No reservations required.  There is no cost.  Just show up with a good appetite.

Community involvement by the church is important.  

"E-Free Sault Campus wants to be involved in the community and we have several LSSU students who attend our weekly services at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday and we feel it is a great way to show that we care for these students and want to help them finish the semester strong as they prepare for the first-semester final exams,"  said Jeff Middlestead, Campus Pastor.

Student Gabe Gadwood, who attends E-Free Church, appreciates what they do for the students.

"I am going to the breakfast because it feels like home there and it is full of friendly faces that make the stress of college disappear for the time we all spend together. I am very thankful for things like this because it gets students involved and I appreciate this because it shows how much E-free cares about us students," Gadwood expressed.

Gadwood is a junior who is studying Environmental Science.

Middlestead says it has always been E-Free's mission to welcome college students.

"We love ministering to the college students because many of them are away from home and if we can provide a safe place for them to worship and show them a sense of family, then as we build those relationships we create a place where two things can happen: 1. they feel comfortable and willing to share their concerns or struggles 2. They have a place where they can serve and grow in their faith," Middlestead concluded.

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