Our Missions Ministry develops deeply committed Christians by sending members of our congregation into our
community, denomination and world to make disciples and serve others in ways that honor God, share Christ,
transform lives and promote justice.
Christmas Food Baskets
Festival of Sharing
Shades of Hope – Relay For Life Cancer Group
Hard to believe we are at the end of October and we will start practicing songs for our Christmas musical soon. Where does the time go! Our time with these little ones is so very short but so very important!! They have been working so hard. We have such good kiddos and love them all.
Big thanks to Jeanie Park who came in to read to the kiddos. If anyone else would like to come read or share something with the preschool please let me know and we will find a time for ya to come in.
Second Sunday Mission Kids
Please contact me if you have any ideas for projects the kids might create or folks who may be encouraged by their special delivery!
Serving Jesus with A Child’s Heart,
COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS BASKET TIME
Scioto Valley Fire fighters and Auxiliary will once again be collecting gently used or new coats. The following items to all be new: NEW gloves, mittens, scarves, hats and socks. From newborn to elderly sizes are needed. Last year the greatest need was kids 6-12 years old and older men and women.
We are thankful for the firefighters and their families for all their help in this community project!
See Debi Berry (740-751-5179) if you have any questions.
COLLECTION ITEMS FOR COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS BASKETS-2019 AT LUMC
November– Paper products (toilet tissue, Kleenex,
December- Canned and boxed food items
Note: if you missed October items or others, they can still be brought in anytime.
Your giving is so much appreciated.
Money donations are always welcome as we purchase additional needed foods and gift cards for each family. Checks to be made out to LaRue United Methodist Church.
Gift tags will be available towards the end of November if you wish to purchase a gift for a child under the age of 18.
If you know of anyone (single, couple, or families) who would benefit from a Christmas basket, please let Debi Berry (740-751-5179) know.