This Sunday we will focus on the sixth commandment on the prohibition of killing. Join us this Sunday at 10 am and let us exalt God's name together.
“Code Purple” is a program supported by the Newark Empowerment Center. In the winter, when temperatures drop to dangerous levels, seven churches in the area open up, in rotation, for overnight housing of homeless people. Volunteers are critical and are needed to support those events. There are a lot of opportunities with varying amounts of time required. Please consider helping our neighboring churches in this life saving program. Contact Tom Parkins (302) 731 8193 firstname.lastname@example.org
Think of "cold people" when you read or hear the term "code purple". The Code Purple ministry offers cold people, the homeless in our area, supper and an overnight, 6 pm- 6 am, in a safe, warm sanctuary when local weather forecasts predict 20° F or colder overnight. Eight Newark churches participate in Code Purple. As soon as NEC declares a "Code Purple" night, the host churches activates its volunteer staff.
The Volunteer Teams:
There is a need for more volunteers to provide hospitality at the Newark Empowerment Center. If you are able to volunteer once or more day per month Monday through Friday from 1 pm to 4 pm, your assistance would be greatly appreciated. The tasks are simple and can be picked up the first day you volunteer. To further explore or express your interest please send an e-mail to Mindy Dowsett, email@example.com , or stop by the Empowerment Center and talk to Mindy. The Newark Empowerment Center is located in the Newark United Methodist Church 62 E Delaware Ave, Newark and it is open M-F 1-4PM.
That’s right. Wawa on Elkton Road,, in cooperation with the Food Donation Connection and as part of the Food Rescue Transportation System, is donating surplus food to Meeting Ground, a ministry to the homeless in Elkton, MD. Five days per week, Monday through Friday, volunteers pick up the frozen food at Wawa and deliver it to the Mary Randall Center, a day center for homeless folks, and Settlement House, a men’s transitional residence, in Elkton. Can you spare about an hour and a half one morning a week to get this food to the people who need it most? If interested or if you have any questions, please contact Darrell DiStefano, 443 722 3991. For more information, go online and check out www.meetingground.org and www.foodtodonate.com.
Please join us at 10 am each Sunday for a blended service of praise and worship of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ. Ours is a blended service, opening with a couple of praise and worship songs, followed by prayers of adoration of God, a time of unison and private confession, Scripture reading, special music or a choir anthem, the proclamation of the Word, and the opportunity to give to the Lord's work, with a song of sending and a charge to go and make disciples of all nations.
Come as you are and be renewed and refreshed by the love and grace of God in Christ!
The Lord's Supper is provided on the first Sunday of each month.
Reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org