Missions/Outreach

East Vincent has monthly mission projects, supporting those in need in our community, and in communities around the world, including: Bethany Children’s Home, Project Outreach/Food Pantry, Church World Service kits, PACS, Phoebe Homes & St. Mary’s Shelter.

SHELTER MEALS

East Vincent’s week for Shelter Meals for the residents of St. Mary’s Shelter is Monday, March 11th through Friday, March 15th.  Thank you to everyone who volunteered to make meals! The shelter would like the meals delivered by 5 p.m.

ONE GREAT HOUR OF SHARING – MARCH 31

The purpose of One Great Hour of Sharing has remained the same: to collect special gifts to assist those in need. Today, projects are underway in more than 100 countries, including the United States and Canada. From the 1990s to the early 2000s, receipts have exceeded $20 million annually. While specific allocations differ, most use their One Great Hour of Sharing funds to make possible disaster relief, refugee assistance, and development aid.

Contributions to One Great Hour of Sharing make a difference in the lives of real people. Leaders of impacted communities identify the needs of their people. Priorities for short, medium and long-term solutions are then made for the purpose of improving the quality of life for individuals and the communities. Around the world, One Great Hour of Sharing continues to respond to needs equally critical as when it was first created. Please give generously on March 31st when we receive this special mission offering.

OUR CHURCH’S WIDER MISSION

Please remember to support your church’s OCWM collection every week. East Vincent pledged $500 for the year Be sure to mark your envelopes!

REMEMBER TO SAVE:

PENNIES FOR BETHANY – All coins and $’s accepted.  Please place in “PENNIES FOR BETHANY” jar in Fellowship Hall.

TABS FROM ALUMINUM CANS – for Ronald McDonald House.  Please place tabs in “TAB” container in Fellowship Hall.

ALUMINUM CANS – Place cans in corral at end of shed toward Hill Church Road.  Money rec’d from recycling goes into General Fund.