Saturday, April 20th, 3pm
Join Allie Howe’s Youth Service Club at Jake Jacbos home to help him clear out some closets and pack up belongings he no longer needs. Not only will you earn service hours and have some fun, but you will get to spend time with one of the most amazing 90+ year old’s I’ve ever met. Mr. Jacobs plays the organ, and loves to bless his guests. Contact Allie Howe Allie Howe (email@example.com) to sign up or visit her website http://alive2911.org.
This picture is from her first service project with Bunny Proctor!
The application for Mountain T.O.P. 2013 is now available. To learn more about Mountain T.O.P. and how you can help change the lives of others, click here.
Do you have your Grandma’s old recipe file? Perhaps that favorite Christmas cookie recipe that Grandma baked for you is tucked inside. Baking three dozen [or more] of Grammy’s favorites might awaken happy memories of your past as you create your contribution to the COOKIE CAPER at St. Thomas. The date is Saturday, December 8. COOKIE CAPER is about more than just cookies…it’s about memories, fellowship and ministry to those in need. Proceeds benefit Inter Parish Ministry and the St. Thomas outreach fund for those in need. Please consider being a part of the fun and festivities. For details contact St. Thomas Church Office, 831-2052, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To all volunteers, Our next workdate is this Saturday October 6. We will be at our new site at 1402 Kenova in Roselawn. Please check directions in the website. http://eastsidecoalition.homestead.com. We are not doing lunch this work day. Mike Getz will keep you informed as to when our next lunch date is. Please e-mail Mike if you intend to work at the site.
The dedication and blessing of the two Habitat for Humanity homes that St. Thomas has been working on will take place on Saturday, Oct 20 at 9 am. Father Darren will bless the homes and offer a benediction. It would be great to have a big turnout from St Thomas. You will have a chance to see the finished homes. Bring friends if you wish. Thanks to all for a successful build and all the hard work you contributed.
To all volunteers, Our next workday is scheduled for Saturday, Oct 6. As of now we will be starting the new home in Roselawn at 1402 Kenova. We will also be providing lunch that day. I will have a signup sheet in the narthex. You can also e-mail me if you plan to work. You can go to the website to get a map of the new site. This home is a ranch style and will go much quicker than the two this summer.
Are you intrigued by all the amazing stories that you have heard from our youth about our youth summer ministry trips to MT TOP? Here is an opportunity for you to spend a long weekend in the Cumberland Plateau doing the same types of things without the heat and humidity and with beautiful fall foliage.
Kyle Roberts and John Tiffany are organizing a joint Redeemer St Thomas AIM trip to MT TOP for October 11-14. We will drive down Thursday afternoon, October 11, Work Friday and Saturday on major home repair projects in Grundy County and drive home on Sunday, October 14. We will stay at the Cumberland Pines Camp near Altamont, TN. Continue reading “MT TOP Adults In Ministry (AIM) Fall Weekends”
Come romp and stomp with IPM and Armstrong Chapel’s Vertical Impact Student Ministries on Saturday, September 22, 2012.
Join the fun and walk or run through the beautiful tree lined streets in Indian Hill at the Third Annual Stomp Out Hunger 5K Run and Walk. This year?s race is co-chaired by Vertical Impact (VI) Youth Members McKinnon Pennell and Courtney Johnson. The race is planned and lead by these student leaders along with members of the VI group.
The race begins and ends at Armstrong Chapel on Drake Road. Registration begins at 8 a.m. The Race starts at 9 a.m. sharp!
Continue reading “3rd Annual STOMP OUR HUNGER 5K”
Pedal Good News! ECSF will be putting in the BikeFest t-shirt order Aug. 6, so sign up this week at http://www.ECSFsouthernohio.org if you’re planning to join one of the three rides Aug. 17-18. This guarantees you a BikeFest shirt to share your love of God and neighbor. The funds you raise by riding yourself or sponsoring a friend go into ECSF grants for vital programs like IHN, IPM, MEAC, and CAIN. You’ll equip grandmas raising grandchildren on a fixed income to put them to bed well-fed. Dads desperately looking for a new job will be able to keep the electricity on and prevent the family’s stores of food from spoiling. Homeless families will be able to keep their toddlers safe while getting the advice and resources they need to regain stable housing. Cincinnati bikers: Graeter’s, Aglamesis, Servatii’s, Oakley Cycles, the Quarter Bistro, and the May Café have all donated gift certificates for the post-ride raffle and dinner at St. Thomas, Terrace Park!