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THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO DONATED THE 1,316 PAIRS OF SOCKS DELIVERED TO THE CENTER FROM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH!
Upcoming Mission Offering / Work
March - America For Christ Offering
May - Water Walk with World Vision
August - Mission Trip
September -PUNCH Sunday
September - Community Donations of Hygiene Items
October - World Mission Offering
October - Socktober - Donations of Socks for Community
November - Mountain of Food
December - Local Angel Tree and Retired Minister & Missionary Offering
Food Donations Always Accepted
Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner
November 23, 2023
Eat In Fellowship Hall or Carry Out
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (or until food runs out)
To place orders for carry out dinners
Call (563)323-4435 or (563)323-2765
Mashed Potatoes with Gravy
Honduras Mission Trip
In August 2023, several members of our church including , Pastor Rob, traveled to Honduras with Mission World and Angela Stone our mission guide.
They helped build a home, handed out food, and gave blessings to manyduring their stay. There is more work to be done and still happening by others. Please consider a donation to help give someone a safe home, clothes, food, and education.
To see more on Mission World work in Honduras and how to donate, click on the link below.
Here are some pictures from their trip to Honduras.
Our Missionary team Nzunga and Kihomi were in Haiti but had to leave due to the take over of the government by the radicals. There work with the Eye Clinic continues with Haitian people they trained working the clinic. They get supplies to them but it is not safe for them to live in Cap-Haitian.
New Journey in Dominican Republic they recently relocated to the Dominican to help with the Haitian Refugees since they know the language. First it was difficult due to language differences but they were getting along. Now they have been led by God to a village where many of the refugee's are to help the leaders of the town and churches build a new church and retreat for the people and the young people. They are being given a apartment to live in and supplies needed in volunteers and material. God is Good!