The Endowment Committee of Trinity Lutheran Church in Moline has approved a funding request for $2,000 toward shelter repairs at Winnie’s Place, the only emergency shelter in the Illinois Quad Cities for women, with or without children, who are homeless and/or survivors of domestic abuse. In addition to shelter, food, and basic needs, Winnie’s Place offers counseling, advocacy, and education in life skills to help these women and their families build toward a more successful future.

Celebrating our 56th year of community service, Churches United is a cooperative association of 136+ churches representing more than 20 Christian faith traditions in the Quad City area. We gratefully acknowledge the generous contributions of Trinity Lutheran Church, a long-standing member and supporter of our mission and ministries. In addition to Winnie’s Place, our hunger ministry is the largest provider of free food in our region with 25 food pantries and 3 hot meal sites that offer evening meals daily.

The mission of Churches United of the Quad City Area is to Serve this Community, Revitalize the Church, and Celebrate Christian Unity. For more information about our programs and how you can support Churches United, visit our website at or call 563-332-5002.


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