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Church redeems Chick-fil-A points, delivers more than 500 sandwiches to hospital workers

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A Georgia church may be online because of the coronavirus outbreak, but that hasn't stopped them from getting creative and serving the community.

Rachel Reeves of Revolution Church helped deliver more than 500 Chick-fil-A sandwiches to doctors and nurses at two hospitals, Northside Hospital Cherokee in Canton and Piedmont Mountainside Hospital in Jasper, both cities where the church has locations.

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"I came up with this idea after feeling scared and overwhelmed," Reeves told Fox News. "I prayed for God to use me in any way He could to help in this situation."

Rachel Reeves of Revolution Church helped deliver over 500 Chick-fil-A sandwiches to two local hospitals this week.<br>

Rachel Reeves of Revolution Church helped deliver over 500 Chick-fil-A sandwiches to two local hospitals this week.<br> (Courtesy of Revolution Church)

She added, "The idea of the Chick-fil-A points came to me and it took off. Our healthcare workers are in the front lines and are at risk everyday, leaving their families at home. I wanted them to know how appreciated they are!"

Reeves, along with others from the church, pooled her points from the Chick-fil-A app, and on social media, and gave them to hospital workers.

"What a true blessing!" she told FOX 5 Atlanta. "We kind of just handed the sandwiches ... and said send to your ER, bless them with these sandwiches...and they were so excited to be appreciated like that!"

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She said their church really focuses on helping the community.

“Part of being at Revolution Church is helping people,” Reeves told 11 Alive. “Jesus asks us to love each other, and however that looks for you and your city, your community, do that."

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The church shared it on their social media so others can do the same.