SERVING OUR COMMUNITY

MONTHLY MISSION – FOOD PANTRY INFORMATION – CLUBHOUSE

January 2022 Mission Offering: Human Relations Day

Our Mission Offering in January will go to Human Relations Day,
when United Methodist communities come together to invest in those
in need of hope and an opportunity to thrive.

Human Relations Day is our day to
celebrate everyone’s potential to do great things.
It’s our day to empower those living on the margins of society.
It’s our day to invest in at-risk youth.
It’s our day to make a difference together.

WHY DO WE CELEBRATE SPECIAL SUNDAYS?

United Methodists celebrate on specific days to unite and make clear the commitment of the church as the people of God, and to give everyone the opportunity to contribute to special programs approved and supported by the Church. For stories on how you make a difference visit UMC.org/yourimpact

HOW DO YOUR GIFTS SUPPORT HUMAN RELATIONS?

We are called to make an impact in communities where our brothers and sisters in Christ lack the resources of tools to reach their God-given potentials. Our gifts are part of building beloved community through faith-based volunteer programs, community developers and programs that work with at-risk teens. For more than half a century, United Methodists have observed this churchwide special Sunday in recognition of the message Jesus demonstrated during his life: Each of God’s children are equally important.

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JANUARY 2022 FOOD PANTRY – Columbus Community Church of the Nazarene

If you need assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out. We have enough to help everyone.

For those in need of food during the month of January, please contact Columbus Community Church of the Nazarene at 920-623-5235 to schedule an appointment. 

Si Ud. necesita ayuda con la comida, favor de llamar al 920-287-8122 y pida Marcos para programar una cita.

Monetary Donations may be sent to Farmers & Merchants Union Bank.
Non-perishable food donations may be placed in the bin at the
Columbus Pick n Save.