MOTOWN SOUP We are proud to announce that in mid April, the Board of Directors for Motown Soup chose Hope Food Pantry to receive $2,000 to further their mission and ministry outreach within our state. The Pantry was chosen for “what you do, for the incredible life-changing opportunities you provide through your outreach.”
putting together a box of hygiene items, and place them in the brown box outside the church entrance. We thank you for your continued generosity to those in need.
CMWC is collecting fabric or poly recyclable type bags for our pantry clients. If you have any around the house from the store or an event that you went to in the last several years, and you’d like to donate, please bring to the church. Thank you! (Thank you to the folks who donated the paper and plastic bags ~ they’ll come in handy too.).
2021 Giving Envelopes are in.
Please call to arrange pick up in brown patio box
Memorial Services UPDATE
Pastor Meg is available to do memorial services for loved ones now that the pandemic numbers are going down.
We can have small numbers of worshippers in the church. We can also do services on Facebook live. Services can also be held at some funeral homes.
We aren’t ready to do receptions in Fellowship Hall, but we can use the sanctuary for the services.
Grief is a difficult journey, and the church is here to provide you support at the time of your loss and for the long haul. Our faith is an important part of the grieving process..