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Mission

For us, being in mission is about living out Jesus' command to love God and love our neighbor.  We seek to be the hands and feet of Christ in the community of Cobleskill and beyond.  Aside from our weekly service opportunities of our thrift store and food pantry, we have a range of mission projects and trips offered at various times throughout the year.  Check out some of our upcoming and past projects and trips below.

 

Operation: Home Repair

Operation: Home Repair is an annual week of mission to perform critical home repairs for our neighbors around the county.  Generally, applications for home repair are due March 1st of every year.  If you'd like to volunteer to be part of a work team, those applications are due May 1st.  

Summer Lunch Volunteer Opportunity

Each summer our church hosts a free summer lunch program Monday - Friday from 12-1pm. We look for volunteers to help serve lunches  from 11:00am-1:30pm. If you would like to volunteer to help on one day, or serveral, please click the button below to be directed to our sign up sheet. 

                                            

Flood Bucket Ministry

Due to the increase in major storms during the past several years, our church has made a regular effort to fill cleaning buckets for the United Methodist Committee on Relief.  These buckets provide essential cleaning items for the days and weeks after a flooding disaster hits.  To make our bucket-filling fun, we love to work with our Mosaic sisters and brothers and throw "Bucket-Building Parties."    

Partnership with Red Bird

For several years now, our church has partnered with Red Bird Mission to show God's love to people in need in the mountains of Kentucky.  This has included packing shoeboxes for children at Christmas and hosting a craft fair at our church to showcase the work of artisans from around Red Bird.

 

For the past two years, our church has also participated in the Red Bird Mission Trip offered through the Mosaic, our cooperative parish.  This trip has provided an incredible opportunity to visit a different part of the country, meet new people, and serve God by assisting with much needed home and building repairs in an impoverished area.  Take a look at our past trips here

Halloween Hollow Event

Halloween offers our church a unique opportunity to be with our neighborhood as hundreds of children and their families walk past our church.  We love this opportunity to extend hospitality by offering a family friendly outdoor experience featuring a candy chute from our third floor balcony, a jack o lantern display and a Trunk or Treat.  

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