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 “I was hungry and you gave me food to eat. I was thirsty and you gave me a drink. I was a stranger and you welcomed me. I was naked and you gave me clothes to wear. I was sick and you took care of me. I was in prison and you visited me.’ Then the king will reply to them, ‘I assure you that when you have done it for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you have done it for me.” -Matthew 25:35-36;40

Schools and Children

We will challenge and support our schools, transforming students to scholars and empowering teachers, staff, and parents to invest in their future.

For the Love of Reading

MEET OUR PARTNER:
FTLOR (For the Love of Reading) Substitute Readers are needed for Tuesday and/or Thursday at the Marie G. Davis campus. Sign up today and training will be provided!
ENGAGE:
About our program: Our FTLOR readers develop fast and lasting relationships with our elementary students in 2nd grade at Marie G. Davis by serving with this literacy ministry in age appropriate reading programs. Our reading mentors commit to reading one-on-one with a 2nd grade partner once a week or more as a FTLOR friend to help sharpen skills and instill a love for reading. To sign up, or for more details, contact Amie Rucker at amierucker@gmail.com.

Teacher Appreciation

ENGAGE:
Bless our teachers and all school staff at Sedgefield Middle School and Marie G. Davis as we express appreciation to them with welcome back lunches, staff meeting breakfasts, gift cards, thank you notes, classroom support and other events throughout the year. Contact Julie Wentz at jwentz@mpumc.org.

Freedom School Partners

MEET OUR PARTNER:
Freedom School Partners promotes the long-term success of children by preventing summer learning loss through igniting a passion for reading and inspiring a love of learning. Click logo above for details.
ENGAGE:
Every Thursday and Friday night from the first of December to the end of March, our church opens its doors to provide warm meals, beds and fellowship for more than 400 of our homeless neighbors who might not otherwise have a place to stay. There are many opportunities for individuals, families and groups to participate, such as driving the van, preparing and serving meals, and staying overnight with guests

Current Opportunities

Anti-Racism For Parents/Guardians

Every other Wednesday, June 17 - August 26, 2020

FOR PARENTS and GUARDIANS: You’re invited to join other parents in a study of Raising White Kids: Bringing Up Children…

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Anti-Racism For Youth

Tuesdays, June 16 - July 14 2020

FOR YOUTH: Jesus and Justice 5 week Virtual Small Group This 5 week small group will meet via Zoom and…

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Anti-Racism For Everyone

Every Monday

We invite you to join us MONDAYS at 8PM -regardless of where you are on your journey- for an anti-racism…

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