Providence UMC Middle and Senior High Youth, in conjunction with Samaritan’s Feet, will serve 200 children from Thomasboro Elementary school with a feet washing and new shoe distribution event at the McCrorey Branch YMCA.
Samaritan’s Feet is a nonprofit community of more than 70,000 volunteers who have joined together to make a difference in the lives of children in need in every corner of the world. Over four million impoverished children and adults in more than 60 nations have been served by having their feet washed, receiving a new pair of shoes, and hearing a message of hope.
Our Youth have received special training and are excited to serve their community in this inspiring event that spreads God’s love in a unique and authentic way.
This event will take place Thursday, May 23 from 5:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. The children will receive a new pair of shoes and a foot washing experience in the manner that Jesus washed his disciples’ feet.
All are invited to attend.
As our new organ takes shape, we all have a "hands-on" opportunity to help.
We’ll gather at the church from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. to help unload pipework into the building.
Please plan to come and be a part of this wonderful celebration as we begin to see the organ coming together.
There will even be refreshments for those who are gathered! Keep watching for more information and for our new instrument to begin materializing before our eyes!
Our graduating seniors will be honored with a Secret Link Brunch during Sunday School.
Seniors will be recognized during the 11:00 a.m. Worship Service, followed by a luncheon in Charter Hall.
Please donate your used kitchen, garden, home decor and art items, sporting goods, or furniture you no longer need to our Haiti Attic Sale. We do not
accept televisions, electronics, sofa beds, mattresses, bed pillows, adult clothing, baby cribs or infant car seats. We do accept infant and children's clothing.
Bring donations to the church basement (Elizabeth Lee Center) to the
designated collection area which you will see behind partitions along the far wall on the right. For pick-up of heavy items, contact our dispatcher Karen Branan at firstname.lastname@example.org/704.516.6069.
Last year we were able to raise over $40,000 which went to support a medical clinic, a micro-credit lending program, and The School of Mercy. Please help us make this year's sale a success by donating items and volunteering to help!