Faith Build Coalition
Missions are active in so many ways at CT. This year we are launching a new mission. At the March Administrative Council meeting the council voted to formally become a part of the Habitat For Humanity of SE Ohio's Faith Build Coalition. We will be one of many Muskingum County churches in the coalition. In addition, CT voted to support this year's build with a financial gift of $3,000. This is an excellent opportunity for linking CT financial support and members in service.
The build is on Mead Street and is scheduled to begin in April and be completed by fall. For those who cannot make a week-long commitment to the Henderson Settlement build (scheduled for this year; more on that project next time), you can volunteer for a day, two days, or a half day Wednesday through Saturday. No previous experience is necessary. There is a knowledgeable job superintendent on site during all work.
Katie Garrett is the CT coordinator/liaison with the mission effort. Please contact Katie at 740-297-4615 or if you can volunteer.
Get out and drive a nail, stuff insulation, or one of many other tasks while working alongside other community persons of faith.
Mother's Day is May 9th, and we have plans for a special celebration this year! We want to honor the mothers in your life by featuring them in a slideshow presentation during the Sunday services.
All you need to do is send a digital picture of your mom to Pastor Jon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All pictures will need to be received by April 28 to allow time for creating the presentation.
We look forward to celebrating the women who have created a legacy of faith for our church family.
Angel Wings Prayer Shawl Ministry
Angel Wings Prayer Shawl Ministry continues to work from home. For those who knit or crochet, please continue as you are able to stitch prayer shawls and baby blankets. Please continue to pray for the group and for past and future recipients of shawls or blankets.
Aluminum Can Recycling
Help us make our world a little greener. The Missions Outreach Committee is collecting all aluminum cans. A collection receptacle is located in the back hallway by the men’s restroom. All money collected from the aluminum can recycling will go into the Emergency Fund which is available to aid church families who find themselves in difficult financial situations. It could be used to buy medicine, pay a utility bill, or assist in making a rent or mortgage payment.