Kathy Lee, Marcia Gabbert, Shelia Coleman, and Beth Arthur assemble Valentine bags for AWOL (See All Worthy of Love Below).
Bagged Candies and Cookies
Royal Neighbors and Philadelphia United Methodist Women did valentine treat bags for AWOL. Rev. Jan Tiebert’s member of the AWOL team came and picked them up.
All Worthy of Love
To help women who are being trafficked in Indianapolis, this group collects personal hygiene items to be handed out to women on the street. Items include: comb, tooth paste, tooth brush, soap, wash cloth, and shampoo. Also a sack lunch is given to those who will accept. A care note in included.
Hope Center Indy
The Hope Center’s mission is to be a Christ-centered program to help develop the personal and professional life of those who have been in human trafficking. By providing education, food, shelter, and mental health services, the center offers an abundance of professionals and volunteers to help equip these women with the tools to succeed in life.
“Cheer” (Cookies for Shut ins)
Cookies, candy, and fruit are packaged to take to the members of the church who are in nursing homes or confined to their homes. Visitation is enjoyable and vital to those who can no longer attend Sunday services.
Christmas 2018: Lots of cookies, fudge and fruit delivered to our home bound. Also made 50 cookie bags for Sugar Creek Nursing Home. A first grade class made all the little mice to go along with them.