Engaging with the less fortunate
Improving Global Health
Supporting Our Community
Annual trip to UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief) Sager Brown in Baldwin, LA to assemble school kits, health kits, sewing kits, layette kits, bedding kits and flood buckets for local and global distribution. UMCOR.ORG
Prayers and donations for the Obandos missionary family to spread God’s word in Costa Rica. http://mapcostarica.vpweb.com/apps/blog
Food and monetary collection and donation to the community Care Share food pantry and Backpack weekend food program for qualified families.
Ministry and gift giving to Shepherd Nursing Home Residents
Volunteers and monetary donations to CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for abused, abandoned and neglected children.
Collection and donations of personal hygiene items to inmates at the Livingston Polunksy Prison Unit..
Many people from Coldspring United Methodist Church are devoted volunteers at the Care Share Food Ministry, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), Habitat for Humanity and mentoring/tutoring young children.
A 10-week Grief Support Group is offered for those who have lost a spouse, lost a child, or are experiencing general loss. For information please contact the church office at 936-653-2287 or email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Working through the school counselors to help provide school supplies for students who cannot afford to purchase their own.
Financial assistance is provided to those needing assistance paying for their electrical bills, medication, water bills and rent.
Coldspring United Methodist Church adopts over 40 families each year and provides gifts and food during the holiday season.
We will be the reflection of Jesus Christ without barriers, as we Serve, Witness, and Worship.
What are the Focus Areas of our Ministry?
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