Pack Meals to Feed Those in Need

Project Feed

Attention all teenagers, and youth group adult leaders, Project Feed is expanding to two locations this year.
We will pack meals for “Stop Hunger Now” on Sat., November 12 at Newcomerstown Middle School and on Sun., November 13 at Wadsworth Middle School.  The meals packed on both days will be sent to developing countries around the world.

Doors will open both days at 1:30pm.  We will pack meals from 2-4:30pm, and each mission opportunity will conclude with a concert by Rapture Ruckus.

Free T-shirt to the first 250 people in the door each day.  A monetary donation will be collected for Youth Service Fund.

No pre-registration required.  Learn more here.



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World Series Challenge for Haiti

World Deries 2016

Bishop Tracy S. Malone and Bishop Sally Dyck are partnering on a friendly cross-conference challenge using fan support for the Indians and the Cubs to raise money for Haiti hurricane relief.

“I invite you to join us in seizing the opportunity to make a difference for Christ by making a financial contribution,” Malone said.  “All proceeds from this challenge will go to our brothers and sisters in Haiti."

Donations can be made online or by phone to the International Relief Fund (Advance #982450) of the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), which will track and tally the amounts given by each conference.

The donation challenge ends on November 2, 2016. 

Learn more here.

Four Areas of Focus of The United Methodist Church

ENGAGING IN MINISTRY WITH THE POOR – Jesus calls us to be in ministry with the poor and the marginalized. United Methodists believe working side-by-side with those striving to improve their situation is more effective long-term than top-down charity.  Learn more.

IMPROVING GLOBAL HEALTH – Knowing that poverty and health are intertwined, The United Methodist Church has become a key player in fighting diseases and promoting initiatives that improve the well-being of individuals and communities.  Learn more.

DEVELOPING PRINCIPLED CHRISTIAN LEADERS – The church needs leaders rooted in Jesus Christ who have a vision for changing the world.  We must reach, and nurture, today’s young people to shape the church’s path into the future. Learn more.

CREATING NEW AND RENEWED CONGREGATIONS – United Methodists are reimagining what it means to be the church, planting new congregations, and revitalizing faith communities. By being relevant and vital, we will draw more people to Christ.  Learn more.

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