Wrapping People in the Warmth of Christ’s Love

Wrapping people in the warmth of Christ’s love.  That could be one of the themes of our holiday efforts.  New people will try us around Thanksgiving and Christmas as they seek a deeper meaning to the seasons. Make sure you welcome them after worship.

The director of the HOPE Christmas shop for families in need is new, but she had already heard about our towel ministry.  Our towels are famous because they are such a warm, practical and beautiful gift. Those who run the shop report they don’t last long.  More people wrapped in Jesus love by your giving.

Owls team planned it and lots of folks showed up Nov. 9th for pizza, fun and service as we made 150 Health kits.  Health kits are part of how our United Methodist Committee on Relief is present for those surviving natural disaster or war. 

Thanksgiving is a special time of gratitude. For the first time our church family gave absolutely every item needed from the turkeys to the pies for nine families in need.  You wrapped them in caring with your over the top generosity. That is something to be truly grateful for.          

Peace, Pastor Kim