Give back this Advent season with Resurrection’s Sharing Wreath! The Sharing Wreath provides gifts for 40 children from 19 families at Douglas MacArthur Kindergarten Academy. Please wrap gifts, label with the family and child information, and return to church by Sunday, Dec. 11.
Donate to the Weekender Backpack Ministry to provide a $5 scholastic book for each child this Christmas. Donation envelopes are available in the church narthex. Weekender is also continuing to collect 16-28 oz. plastic jars of peanut butter for winter break.
Here’s a great (and easy) way to share with those in need this holiday season! Do a Reverse Advent Calendar by adding a food item to a box each day starting on Dec. 1, then place the items in Resurrection’s Breadbox on Christmas Eve.
The Pastoral Search Team for a part-time Associate Pastor has finished the first step of its work by creating and submitting our Ministry Site Profile to the Indiana-Kentucky Synod.
Meeting twice monthly for 18 months to two years, these small groups focus on deepening relationships, engaging with scripture, and serving together. If you’re interested in joining a group, sign up online. For more info, contact Pastor Ryan.
Help fill the shelves in the Resurrection Breadbox to support the Interchurch Food Pantry of Johnson County. Donations of elbow macaroni, spaghetti, and white long-grain rice are always needed for Second Helpings.
Donate red poinsettias to adorn Resurrection’s sanctuary and narthex this Christmas. Poinsettias are $8 each and can be ordered in memory or in honor of someone. To donate poinsettias, sign-up online by Wednesday, Nov. 2.
Douglas MacArthur Kindergarten Academy (DMKA) is excited to once again welcome volunteers into their building! Those interested can sign-up online or contact Pastor Ryan.
School Uniform Supplies Needed: The clinic at Douglas MacArthur Kindergarten Academy keeps extra uniform supplies on hand to give to students in need. They would appreciate donations of pants in sizes 5, 6, and 7.
Fall break is fast approaching and the Weekender Backpack Ministry is collecting 16-28 oz. plastic jars of peanut butter to send home with the children for their two-week break in October. Drop off peanut butter in the Breadbox through Sunday, Oct. 2.