Operation Christmas Child is a GO this year, but it will look a little different. Instead of collecting donated items to be packed in shoeboxes, we are simply supplying you with a box and instructions for packing your own shoebox(es).
These shoeboxes, packed with hygiene items, clothing, school supplies, and toys will go to countries where children have likely never received a gift of any kind.  Along with the shoebox, they will hear the gospel and be invited to participate in a 12-week discipleship program.  Hundreds of thousands of children have become Christ-followers through the simple gift of a shoebox!  As one Pastor said, “A child who knows Jesus is like a seed being planted in his or her family and community.”
Pick up a printed box, brochure, and a list of suggested items for packing. Filled shoeboxes can be dropped off here at church, along with a $9 per box donation to cover shipping cost. All shoeboxes must be returned no later than Sunday, November 22. Thank you! Contact Bethany Werner for more info. Click here or on the graphic above to learn more about Operation Christmas Child.
Join us for a fall afternoon filled with music, food and play!
A simple lunch will be provided. Please sign up for lunch here.
Prizes will be awarded for the following categories: Best Costume, Best Handmade Costume, Scariest Costume, Weirdest Costume, Cutest Costume, Least Effort, Best Group Costume, and Best Grownup Costume.
So that we can spend time together, masks are required.
Chair-based Movement Class!
11:00a FRIDAYS
Messiah’s Mindful Movement For Seniors class can come right to your own living room via Zoom! Our faithful group of friends would love to welcome you to this 45-minute class that incorporates gentle stretching, strengthening, balance and relaxation, while we focus on God’s word. As we navigate this difficult time that can feel isolating, this is a great opportunity to stay connected with others! Join any time. Just $20 per 4-week session. Call or text 402.416.3600, or email Kris Costello for more info or to sign up.
Thanks to the efforts of over 3000 volunteers, King Lake has many happy residents who have been able to return to their rebuilt houses! There are homes that still need finishing up though, such as the house for a Marine who uses a wheelchair for mobility, due to an accident that resulted in the loss of a leg. Another home is to be a special ministry house.
Contact Roxie Stork 402.450.1604 or Barry Radebaugh 402.440.9109.