May 7, 2017
Hannah’s Promise in Parsons is a home for unwed mothers. These young women are facing the biggest decision of their lives – do I keep this baby? Can I alone support a child financially and emotionally, or should I relinquish this precious baby to a loving, childless couple desperate to be parents? This is a heart breaking decision to have to make.
Living in a home in a Christ-like atmosphere that provides a personalized life plan, they attend school or work, learn about parenting, nutrition, budgeting, and many other helpful services.
Will you sign up and take a baby bottle, available in the Narthex, that can be used for donations? Keep it all month, and fill it with change, bills, or a check. Hannah’s Promise calls this project “CHANGE makes a difference”.
Our monetary donations make all the difference to those choosing life for their babies. We invite the congregation to join the Disciples’ Women Project, if they wish, to support this life-changing decision during Mother’s Day month. May we ask for your support? We are a loving, caring congregation. You have proven that many times. Bless you!
Safe Haven Outreach Mission
Save Haven has 3 people moving out into their own places and are in need of the following:
Sofas or love seats, beds of any size, coffee pots, silverware, pots and pans, bath towels and wash cloths, kitchen towels, shower curtains and hooks, plastic drinking glasses.
If you have any of these items to donate please call Melissa Brown at 620-717-1444 or drop them off at Safe Haven Outreach Mission, 1112 South 24th Street. They deeply appreciate your help and support!
FCC Serving Dinner on 17th Street
Thursday April 27th
FCC is serving Dinner on 17th Street at the First Baptist Church on Thursday, April 27th . Dinner is served from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. All are invited to this free dinner. The Dinner on 17th meal is every Thursday and a service to the community which we share ecumenically. Help us spread community and love of Christ in Parsons. If you would like to help out call Barbara Robbins at 421-3446. Read the bulletin here.