Church On Fire Food Truck Adjusts Serving Format In Response To Coronavirus

The food truck will be available tomorrow, April 3.

(Batesville, Ind.) - The Church On Fire food truck will be changing the format in response to the growing issues and risks involving food services. 

Starting this Friday, April 3, no hot meals will be served. Instead, the food truck will be serving grocery bags including both perishable and non-perishable items.

The food truck will continue to deliver to the Weigel Funeral Home on George Street from 5:00-7:00 p.m. 

To prevent people from leaving their vehicles, a drive-through set up will be in place. 



UPDATE: Church On Fire Updates Food Truck Dates

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