Committee Chairperson, Kathy Sanford, has a full plate of mission and outreach opportunities in which anyone can become involved. Our hands-on service work helps us connect our faith to our daily lives through our actions.
What’s Coming Up:
Do you want to be a part of something bigger than yourself? Do you want to love on people like Jesus did? As Christians, we are called to do just that! Please join our monthly meetings, held the 3rd Sunday of each month. The meetings are at 11:30 AM in the social hall.
DATES TO REMEMBER:
May 16 Community Food Share 1-3PM Wednesday
May 19 Sister Carmen Thrift Store 9-11AM Saturday
June 9 Summer Kick-off at Waneka Lake with the Boulder Big Band from 1:00-4:00PM, Saturday
July 14 Serve Lunch at The Crossing (affiliate of Denver Rescue Mission). A rewarding experience to be sure! 8 spots reserved. Sign up sheet will be available in June.
August 12 4:00PM-12:00AM Relay for Life at Waneka Lake. PLEASE WALK WITH US in honor or memory of someone you know that was affected by cancer.
(We will have an hourly sign-up sheet.)
Christ in the Caribbean
BUMMP (Boulder United Methodist Mission Partners) is planning a trip to Haiti in March, 2019. The mission focus is to help bring clean water to Haiti. If interested in learning more, please see Kathy Sanford or the Church office.
Community Food Share, 650 South Taylor Ave. Our monthly work day is scheduled for the 3rd Wednesday from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM.
Eldershare, food distribution to our senior friends takes place at the church on the 1st and 3rd Thursday mornings of every month.
Sister Carmen Thrift Store, 710 West Baseline Rd, our monthly workday takes place on the 4th Saturdays of each month from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM.
Sister Carmen Food Pantry ~ nonperishable food donations are received on an ongoing basis through the white cupboard pantry located just next to the kitchen door in the church foyer. Our goal is to donate 1,000 pounds of food in 2017.
We support EFAA (Emergency Family Assistance) Apartments with monthly donations as they are communicated to us. Bins behind the Welcome Center receive these donations. Currently, our residents especially need bleach, diapers (size 5 and 6) and wipes, deodorants for men and women, body wash for adults, and toilet bowl cleaner.
EFAA receives our gifts through Angel Tree. During the upcoming holiday season, look for a Christmas Tree just outside the sanctuary with angel ornaments. This year, we intend to support all 11 apartments including the parents or guardians as well as the children.
Anyone can get involved with Mission and Outreach activities. Seasonal and even weekly Mission and Outreach opportunities come up all the time. Updates will appear on this page so check back often, please.