Missions Ministry Team

~ This team, led by Mrs. Sandy Allen, serves the Mission of the Church ~

Love Thy Neighbor Food Pantry - Food Pantry which serves families in the local area.

Snack Sacks - we prepare backpacks filled with healthy sacks which are then given to families in the area so that the children receive healthy snacks.

Christmas Kids - we provide gifts to families at Christmas time so that the children have a Christmas they might not have otherwise.

Cards to Members/Friends - keeping in touch with shut-ins or members who have moved away from our area.

Meals to Members/Friends - providing meals to members and friends who are shut in or going through a difficult time and are unable to make a meal or not feel like doing so.

Transportation to Members/Friends - providing transportation to people for doctor's appts., church activities, etc.

Visitation - going out among our members and visit people who we have not seen in a long time.

Christmas Caroling - people who like to share the feelings of the season with others by singing in a group around town, visiting nursing homes and other shut ins.

Conference Delegates - 3 to 4 people to represent the church at the NH Conference UCC Annual Meeting in October as well as the Southwest Association of the NH Conference Spring and Fall Meetings.

Zimbabwe Partnership - helps spread the news of and communicates with our sister church in Luveve, Africa.

Souper Bowl Sunday - we collect cans of soup to donate to the local Food Pantry.

Local Missions Fund - For those times of emergency when there's no where else to turn, we can help! We have a special team of three dedicated and caring volunteers who oversee this important local mission. A special collection during our Christmas Eve services goes toward funding this mission.

Thanksgiving and Christmas Baskets - With a yearly collection of canned and boxed goods, turkeys and fruits, timely and helpful boxes of food are assembled and distributed to families in need for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Collections of non-perishables start the first Sunday in November. On the following Sundays, boxed foods and foods which are more perishable are collected. We are proud of the many donations our generous congregation contributes every year.