Evangelism Committee



 EVANGELISM COMMITTEE  Next meeting is Wednesday June 12th  @ 6:30PM

 
SAVE THE DATE: Saturday August 17th 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. The Richland area churches will be hosting the 15th annual COMMUNITY OUTREACH DAY. More information to follow in the July-August newsletter.

Other Evangelism Activities: 1) Providing drivers to transport members to medical appointments. Dotti Hoglund is the contact person. She can be reached at 717-228-8177 (cell) or 610-655-7692 (home). We’d like to re-build our list of volunteer drivers for this program and we need your help! 2) Collecting used ink and toner cartridges and old cell phones to be recycled after taking to Jubilee Ministries. Place in bin in hall leading to multi-purpose room. 3) Collecting new and lightly used small tools and building supplies (nails, tiles, electrical outlets, etc.) for Habitat for Humanity. Place smaller items in the bins in the hall leading to the multi-purpose room. To arrange for pick up of large items (cabinets, furniture, light fixtures, sinks, etc.), contact the Lancaster Lebanon Habitat ReStore at 717-293-0250 ext.4.


Spang Crest
April Entertainment hosted by MLC

Millcreek Lutheran's birthday entertainment evening for the Spang Crest residents in April was a huge success and enjoyed by all. There were 25 residents and some guests that were entertained that evening, including both of our Millcreek members-Eva Bennetch and Betty Gibble. We celebrated nine birthdays during the month of April, including Eva Bennetch. The residents enjoyed a night of music by Julie Strickler and Deb Tice. We gave out many prizes which were enjoyed by all the residents. The night ended with light refreshments. Many, many compliments were give to Millcreek regarding how the residents so enjoy this evening of music. It's awesome to see the residents singing along with the music that is played. Thank you ever so much for everyone who donated prizes and gifts or money to help purchase things for the evening. Thank you again so much to Julie and Deb for sharing their musical talent. Thanks also for Peg, Linda R, Linda S, Mary, Dara, Marian, and Don for helping to make this night enjoyable for all. A GREAT NIGHT!!!

The spring Kauffman's Chicken Barbecue put on by the Friends of Spang Crest in May was a huge success. 700 chicken barbecue dinners were sold along with many baked goods which enabled the organization to raise a record $2,862 that will again go toward purchases for Spang Crest, summer concerts or other special events or for benevolent funds. Next barbecue will be held in the fall.

ATTENTION--4 free music concerts will be held at Spang Crest through the summer and are open for everyone to enjoy. The dates of these concerts will be announced in our future weekly church bulletin and the June newsletter. These are excellent concerts and hopefully more of our church members will take the opportunity to come and enjoy. These concerts are just one of the many things provided through the funds collected by the Friends of Spang Spang. Come and enjoy!!!
Margie Kriss
 

EVANGELISM ONGOING PROJECTS
1) Need transportation to a doctor’s visit? Contact Betty Schware at 717-866-7511.
2) Be a driver to provide transportation to a doctor’s visit-contact Betty Schware at 717-866-7511.
3) Be a MLC Mentor for new members-contact Pastor B.
4) Recycle used ink and toner cartridges and old cell phones-place in bin leading to multi-purpose room.

5) Collect new and lightly used building supplies and tools for Habitat for Humanity. Place smaller items in the bins leading to the multi-purpose room. For larger items, contact Roy Hoglund at 610-655-7692 or 717-228-8175.

 




 



 

LCCM Lunches:  Please note that the Friday lunches continue from 11:30 - 12:30 at ELCO LCCM, Living Stones Christian Fellowship in Newmanstown.
Schaefferstown also has 2 sites for meals.  They are on Thursday from 11:30 - 1:00 at Zion UMC and Sunday from 5:30 - 7:00 at St. Luke's Lutheran.


 


 


Food Bank Wish List:  Canned vegetables, pasta, soup, fruit, boxed stuffing, potatoes, frozen turkeys, hams, baby wipes, diapers, wash cloths, men's pants (28-36), men's shoes (8-10.5), women's skirts, women's dresses, king/queen sheets and blankets.