The Thanksgiving Project
YOU touched so many lives this Thanksgiving with your love and your care. Thanks Centenary Family.
You didn’t do it alone.
In all, sixteen churches, five banks and credit unions, several stores and businesses, eleven civic and fraternal organizations and a multitude of individuals participated in a wonderful community-wide mission outreach.
In all, several hundred family units were reached and countless individuals were able to have a delicious Thanksgiving meal because of the generosity and mission spirit of so many.
When Jesus said, “Love your neighbor as yourself,” YOU obviously listened.
cl Enosed you will find our Christmas envelopes. We will also have them available in the church lobby outside of the sanctuary.
Please prayerfully consider what you can give to this Christmas. Your gifts help us to keep our ministries and outreaches going.
We have an active UMW who connects us to the needs of our world, organizes flood buckets and school kits.
Our Threads of Love make quilts for those who are in hospital or grief, pillows and blankets for the women’s shelter and pregnancy center.
Our BC3 (Bath Children’s Clothing Closet) helps families get gently used clothing for their children.
Our Something Good committee and parishioners help get funding and help to those in need.
Centenary organizes and leads the Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinner ministry.
We participate in the Sunday Suppers where our downtown churches and the Mormon for their support. Because we do not sell a traditional calendar as we once did, we would be grateful for any contribution you might consider giving toward this project. Contributions can be directed to Linda Wilcox or Mary Dunham. Because some of us do not have printers the Birthday/Anniversary Calendar is being printed and will be available at the table when you enter for church. In this way you can have a copy to put on your refrigerator.