Volunteer with us!
Warming Up Prescott Hard to believe fall is almost here and it’s time to get busy on our Warming Up Prescott projects! Last year you made hundreds of hats and scarves for the local shelters and I know some of you have been stitching away at home all summer. I need to know if there is enough interest to form a stitching group to meet at the church. Need to learn how to knit or crochet? Join us by calling the church office at 778-1950.
Feed the hungry at the Granite Creek Hunger Potluck every Saturday at 10:30 AM--call the office 778-1950.
2nd Annual Cookie Walk Dec. 2, 1:30-5:00PM in Esther
ATTENTION ALL COOKIE BAKERS and CANDY MAKERS…
It’s time to start those ovens & double boilers! We will be packaging & arranging the cookies on trays on Friday Dec. 1 beginning at 9:30AM in Douglas, then again at 10:00AM, Saturday, Dec 2 before the Cookie Walk. We need to know what type of cookies; if they contain nuts; what type of nuts—especially if peanuts; gluten free etc. This is our big fund raiser for the year and we appreciate your help in baking or volunteering. We couldn’t do it without you! Advent Blessings, from Karon Keeler & all the United Methodist Women. Sign-up in the church office.
Walk with our Float in the Prescott Annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 2, 2017 The Prescott Chamber of Commerce 33rd Annual Christmas Parade is scheduled for Saturday, December 5. This year’s theme is “A Cowboy Christmas.” Our float represents the Christmas magic of the birth of Christ and the miracles that Jesus performed during his life here on Earth. There is so much that is magical about Christmas, so much that is mysterious, amazing, almost unbelievable! Imagine angels, visitors from foreign lands, an unexpected birth!. Meet at Spot #8 by 12 PM. Parade starts at 1 PM. Come back to the church for hot chocolate and goodies afterward in Douglas/513
Lincoln Elementary School Partnership
Help support our neighbor school by joining with us in our monthly project or donating to the needs of the school. Please continue to bring items for Lincoln Loot, which awards students for acts of kindness, good deeds, and good behavior, such as: Trinkets Water bottles Small toys Fun erasers and pencils Stickers Markers, pens, gel pens Balls: small, tennis, bouncy Jump ropes Small plastic animals and bugs
You may drop off these items in the office or place in the container provided in the Narthex. As they near the end of the school year, paper supplies are running low. So, how about picking up a ream or so of white or pastel copy paper the next time you’re at Staples, Walmart, or some other store? All of your gifts to the school are greatly appreciated by the staff and students! Thanks for your generosity.
Assist the Homebound at People Who Care
Christmas Marketplace Projects
Angel Tree Prison Ministry Big Brothers/Big Sisters CASA Coalition for Compassion and Justice
Free Wheelchair Mission Heifer Project Stepping Stones (shelter for women and children)
Granite Creek Hunger Ministry Hope for the Hopeless