We will be starting our Beacon Free Shop in January 2020. The goal of our shop is to provide personal care items free of charge to anyone in need. These types of supplies are not available at food pantries and other assistance centers so low-income residents often go without them. We want everyone to have the chance to live a dignified life which includes being able to take care of their personal needs. In October we collected sanitary napkins, tampons, and feminine wipes. For November we are asking for donations of diapers and wipes. In December there will be a “25 days of Advent” giving list of items. Collection bins are in the front of our sanctuary. Thank you all for your support and help!
Gift Card Collection
The United Youth Group is collecting $5 dollar gift cards from Starbucks, Dunkin' Donuts, and McDonald's which will be given to our first responders as part of this years' Christmas treat bags. We will be collecting gift cards until Sunday morning December 8th. Please give any gift cards to Mindy Moore, Youth Leader.
Our church family is one of God's greatest blessings. One of the ways we seek to love one another is through hospitality. We're always looking for folks who are passionate about serving in this capacity, so if you'd like to help with our weekly routine of setting up snacks and coffee before and after church, please sign up online. You can also sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board. As are reminder we are nut free church. Please don't bring food with nuts in to protect our members who are allergic.
Women's Small Group
The women's small group typically meets every-other Monday evening to discuss, pray, and live life together. Please email Crystal for more details.
We are gathering commemorative stamps to give to another church who will sell them to a stamp dealer. The money raised from these stamp sales will be used for mission work. Please place used commemorative stamps in the box in the Parker Building entrance. Cut stamps from envelopes leaving ¼ inch around edge. Any questions, ask Rev. Walt Everett.