Posted on November 13, 2018
The Spirit of Giving (November 11, 2018) – Greg Robbins
Complete Your Work (November 18, 2018) – Jason Thurman
The Standard of Giving (November 25, 2018) – Greg Robbins
The Blessing of Giving (December 2, 2018) – Greg Robbins
Posted on July 19, 2018
The Women of Service have set up a red, white and blue decorated tree to replace the “Teen Giving Tree” usually set up at Christmas. They will collect toys, games and gifts, for all ages of children served through the Parke County Community Food Pantry. The items will be stored until the Food Pantry sets up their Christmas Shop. The red/white/blue tags are gift suggestions for people to take and purchase. The gifts do not need to be wrapped and can be returned any time during the month.
Posted on November 28, 2017
The 2017 Teen Giving Tree is up in the foyer, gift tags are on the tree to take. Return the unwrapped item, $10-$15 range, and place in the totes. These gifts go to children of the families who access the Parke County Food Pantry. They are our neighbors and friends, let’s help them have Merry Christmas this year.
Posted on November 16, 2015
Tis the Season The “Teen Giving Tree” will appear in our foyer, next Sunday. The tree is decorated with tags containing a gift suggestion for a teenage boy or girl whose family is assisted by the Parke County Community Food Pantry. Select a tag, purchase the gift item ($10.00 price range) and return, unwrapped, to one of the totes at the foot of the tree. The gifts will be taken to the Parke County Community Food Pantry and donated to their Christmas Room where families can select Christmas gifts for their children. * The Food Pantry also accepts gently used or “like new” toys, books and gift items for this purpose
Posted on November 16, 2015
Women of Service will meet this Saturday at 8:30 AM. They will be setting up the “Teen Giving Tree” and making cards for the College Kids. All women of the church are welcome to attend.
Posted on April 26, 2014
After the most recent update from our awesome church secretary, the Porters are excited to say that they are getting close to their fund-raising goals! If you haven’t been keeping up, they were able to purchase their plane tickets after the fund-raising dinner hosted on April 6. That was a huge answer to prayer right there. Since then, they have saved, earned through bracelet sales and received gifts bringing them just $1220 away from being fully funded for this mission trip. Their remaining money is due to Polish Christian Ministries by May 15, which is just over two weeks away, so they still need some help. If you’d like to be part of what God is doing in Poland, please visit their financial support page to see how you can help them close the gap!
Thank you to all who have already given funds, prayers and encouragement.