BOARDING HOMES PROJECT

BOARDING HOMES PROJECT

Sat., Dec. 7 ~ 9:00 a.m. ~ Great Hall (help unpack the boxes)
Sun., December 8 ~ 1:00 p.m. ~ Great Hall (assemble and deliver)
For the last four decades Northminster has been delivering warm clothing, food and toiletries to the residents of the Personal Care Homes in Jackson.

Personal Care Homes are private homes for individuals with mental disabilities.  These individuals do not qualify for state hospitalization, and many of the residents exchange their Social Security check for room and board, so there is no money available for any extras.  Some are in quite difficult circumstances.  All of them appreciate a thoughtful visit and a gift.  On Sunday, December 2, we will gather in the Great Hall and assemble all of our gifts into individual bags: a blanket, toiletries, warm socks, and cookies baked by you.  We will then divide into teams and deliver the gifts to every personal care home resident in Jackson.  Usually, we are finished by 3:30 p.m.

This is a wonderful opportunity for the entire church family, including all ages, to participate in missions together.  Help us to serve those living in Personal Care Homes.
You can help by:
A) Giving a generous financial contribution
B) Showing up on Saturday, December 7, at 9:00 a.m. to help unpack
C) Baking Cookies (deliver to the Great Hall Saturday or Sunday morning; please make up individual bags)
D) Showing up on December 8 at 1:00 p.m. to assemble gifts and deliver

PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT

PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT

PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT
Friday, November 8
6:00-10:00 p.m.
You can make a reservation for your children (infant-6th grade) by
calling the church office, 601-982-4703 or contacting Lesley Ratcliff,
by the Wednesday before.
Please remember to feed your children before they arrive, or provide a brown-bag supper.
Future dates: December 6

 

 

STEWPOT FOOD PANTRY

STEWPOT FOOD PANTRY

October 14-18 is our week to assist in the food pantry at Stewpot.  The volunteer schedule is as follows:

Monday, October 14
Max Arinder
Gary Mason
Tuesday, October 15
Laine and Bob Hardin
Wednesday, October 16
Cathy and Jeff Davis
Thursday, October 17
Amanda Milam
Bill Thompson
Friday, October 18
Billie Green
Mary Taylor

STEWPOT

STEWPOT

Youth are serving lunch again at Stewpot on December 7.  We will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the Great Hall to cook the food and then take it to serve at Stewpot . We will return to the church around 1:45 p.m. after going out to lunch together.

Future dates for Stewpot:  March 7, April 4 and June 6.

 

PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT

BRUMFIELD HOUSE

OCTOBER
3   TBD
10  Josh Poole
17  Katrina Pace
24  Tom Starling
31  Joe Sims

NOVEMBER
7    Jeff Wilson
14  Jimmy Allen
21  Suzan Thames
28  Mike Peters

DECEMBER
5   Bo Allen
12  Bryan Bridges
19  Steve Cook
26  Skipper Jernigan

Each volunteer buys 48 eggs to hard boil, two gallons of orange juice and muffins or breakfast baked goods for 48.  Please deliver the breakfast baked goods, hard boiled eggs, and OJ after 3:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoon or you can deliver at 4:45 a.m. on Thursday morning to the Billy Brumfield House.

If you would like to participate or have questions, please contact Jeff Wilson.