In addition to times of worship and fellowship together, many of our members volunteer for various community projects in the area.
The annual Step Up for Down Syndrome walk will be on September 24, 2017 at Arrowhead Stadium, Lot C from 11:00 - 3:00 PM. Hunter Harrell has a team called Hunter's Mac Attack registered. We would love for anyone that wishes to join us in the walk or to make a donation. You can do so online at www.fdfs.org/step-up-walk and then searching for our team name, or contact Sara McIntyre.
"Back Packs of Love" for Festival of sharing are once again a special mission project for Naomi Ruth Circle and we hope to put together 15 packs for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). The back packs are given to children ages 4 - 11 who need basic health and comfort items at an unhappy time in their young lives. Packs to hold our gifts were donated by a Circle member or purchased by the Circle. We are collecting the following items for each pack. 1 youth toothbrush; 1 tube child flavored tooth paste (4-6 o/)' a T-shirt (child medium, child large or adult small); three pair underpants for a boy or girl for ages 4-11; 1 pair socks; 1 narrow tooth comb; 1 small stuffed animal. Baskets for all donations are on the lobby shelves. Thank you in advance for your donations to this mission project. Naomi Ruth Circle members.
Opportunity for service: David and Sandie Sorbo plan to make this their last year to be on the Red Cross Blood Drive committee. The are eager to show the ropes to the next group. Our Red Cross Blood Drives have a good reputation in town and in the state. Please think and pray about serving on the Red Cross Blood Drive Committee.
First Presbyterian Church had a great team and won the trophy for largest contribution to the Golden Valley Memorial Hospital 2017 Diabetes Walk. Click Here for more on this.
Some of these include:
Delivering meals from the Senior Center each week.
Collecting food for the Samaritan Center Food Pantry
Helping at the Samaritan Center Thrift Store
Organizing and assisting with frequent blood drives held in our fellowship hall
Volunteering in the classrooms at school through the Bright Futures program.
Volunteering at the local animal shelter.
We believe that being of service to our neighbors and our community at large is an important part of our service to God.
Here is a photo of the group from our church who help deliver meals from the Senior Center.