Serving Our Neighbors – Saturday MARCH 20
Please join our all-church effort of God’s Work Our Hands event on March 20, sharing God’s grace in tangible ways with our neighbors, both locally and globally.
During these pandemic times, we ask each of you to do your part at home, then bring donations to church between 9am-noon Saturday, March 20.
God’s Work Our Hands
Gather, Write, Open, Haul
G = GATHER SUPPLIES
For folks in Wilmington who are experiencing hunger and homelessness.
Good Shepherd’s Center needs these items:
- Adult vitamins (any size bottle), Vitamin C and Vitamin D tablets (any size bottle)
- Toilet Paper (4-6 rolls/package), Disinfecting wipes, Ace bandages
Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard requests these CANNED foods:
- Chunky soups, Beets, Collard Greens, Fruit, Tuna, Chicken (Only Canned food please)
W = WRITE NOTES
For front-line workers who will be blessed by your encouragement.
- School Staff at Murrayville Elementary
- Emergency Room & EMS staff at Scott’s Hill
O= OPEN your heart and your wallet
Your heart and your wallet to bless children in Uganda through African Children Today.
“Fill the Pharmacy”:
- $12 provides 20 bottles of hydrogen peroxide
- $35 treats a child suffering with Malaria
- $140 purchases 30 tubes of burn treatment cream
Sponsor a Child in Uganda:
- $35/month provides one special child’s education, plus their nutrition & medical needs
We will learn more about Child Sponsorship on Palm Sunday and Easter.
Please write checks to LCOR and indicate your gift for African Children Today… any amount will be a blessing beyond your imagination!
You may catch a glimpse of this vital ministry by watching the video below.
H = HAUL
Please haul (bring) all your donations to church on Saturday March 20 between 9 am-Noon.
There will be a team of volunteers (wearing gloves and masks) in the parking lot to help you unload.
THANK YOU for participating in God’s Work Our Hands (GWOH) in unique yet effective ways this year as we Gather, Write, Open and Haul (GWOH). As we strive to be safe and socially distanced during this pandemic, we celebrate that we can still effectively participate in God’s Work Our Hands activities – as individuals within our families and neighborhoods and also as a faith community working together to share God’s love with others, both locally and globally. THANKS again and again!