OPPORTUNITIES TO SERVE – EVERY DAY!
GOD’S WORK. OUR HANDS.
Messiah’s Food Pantry is in need of: Canned tuna fish, peanut butter, jelly, pudding cups, canned soups that make a meal, chicken noodle soup, canned fruit and vegetables are currently the most needed items. Please place only non-perishable food items in the collection bin. Be sure to check the expiration dates on the products.
Please place donations in the bin in the Bald Eagle Alley hallway or drop them off at the church office Monday – Thursday between 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Clothing Exchange Ends: The Clothing Exchange mission has been part of Messiah for many years with many contributors and workers. However, the number of contributions and especially the number of workers has dwindled to a few. Therefore, the time has come to change and refocus our efforts and commitment to help others.
The clothes that members had previously donated and that have been stored in the Shaheen Hall closet have been distributed to Daniel’s Closet, YWCA, and the American Rescue Workers. Any future donations from members can be given directly to these organizations.
A BIG THANK YOU to all who have been part of this ministry. Let us now focus our attention to BLANKET SUNDAY, SEAFARERS SATCHELS, and CHRISTMAS WHITE GIFTS.
Carol Winter, Missional Outreach Committee
Shepherd of the Streets is in need of the following items: baby items (shampoo, powder, lotion, soap, diapers of all sizes); regular sizes (not sample sizes) of deodorant, shampoo, toothpaste, and shaving cream; toothbrushes (adult and child); disposable razors; new combs; bar soap. Please place items in the appropriately marked bin in the elevator alcove. Monetary donations will also be accepted by Shepherd of the Streets.
Help Family Promise thrive at Messiah! We are looking for volunteers for this ministry. If you would be interested in learning more about this program, contact George Jansson by email at email@example.com. Monetary donations are needed and can be given to the church office or placed with the offering. Be sure to make note that the offering is for Family Promise. Thanks for all you do to support this program!!!Family Promise is in need of Office Angels for the Day Center. Messiah’s coordinators are also seeking volunteers to provide meals and fellowship, drive the families to and from the Day Center, and to act as sleepover hosts during our host week (4 times per year).
Messiah Lutheran Church belongs to the Family Promise of Lycoming County, Inc. network, serving homeless children and their families in the community.
Other helpful links:Shepherd of the Streets is just one of the ministries supported by United Churches of Lycoming County. For more information about United Churches of Lycoming County, visit their web site at uclc.org Pack 41 of the BSA is chartered by Messiah Lutheran Church. Boy Scouts of America Susquehanna Council