ZELMA GEORGE FAMILY SHELTER "TRUNK OR TREAT"
20 CARS NEEDED!!!
Just two hours from 1 to 3 p.m. on Oct. 31st!
The children staying at the Salvation Army Zelma George Family Shelter will not have the opportunity to experience Halloween this year. So we are coordinating a "trunk or treat" where we can park our cars in the surface parking lot next to the Salvation Army and the kids can pick out candy from our trunks. You can also dress up in costumes yourself and/or decorate the back of your cars/trunks for Halloween.
If you are interested in helping in any of the following ways, please contact Peter Poulos (email@example.com):
1. Bring a car to the Zelma George parking lot on Saturday, October 31st from 1 p.m to about 3 p.m.; and/or
2. Donate candy (a basket will be in the entry at church); and/or
3. Donate money for costumes and/or candy (please make ckecks out to Sts. Constantine and Helen with Faith in Action in the memo).
Thank you to everyone who has donated candy and funds so far!
Zelma George / St. Herman Pizza Dinner
We are going to buy Guy's Pizza, fruit, chips or other snacks, chocolate, and water bottles for the St. Herman's community for dinner for Sunday November 15. There are generally 90 meals that need to be provided. If you are interested in donating money or buying part of this meal, please let us know. Thanks!
You can join us for 30 minutes for Bible Study - all are welcome. If you are interested in an invite, or for current dates and topics, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can join the prayer team and keep others in your daily prayers. If you are interested, you should either email email@example.com or text (216) 288-1972 ahead of time to receive the link. You will need to provide your name and email address to receive the Zoom invite. If you have any requests for our prayer team, or if you have questions about other activities, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you and keep the faith!
“Show me your faith without your works, and I will show you my faith by my works.” (James 2:18)