Just for Women

The Carolyn Phillips Mission Group would like to invite all the women in the church (and surrounding area) to a special event on Tuesday, June 6th at 12 noon at Yarborough’s Restaurant.

Cecilia Beck, CBF missionary in Shelby, will be updating us on her work and sharing a special project with us. Working with the youth in her distressed neighborhood, she has started a jewelry business to benefit the youth.

Join us for lunch, if possible, and hear what Cecelia is doing and buy some jewelry. Seating is limited for lunch (we will order off the menu), so please call Kay Albright at 248-4130 no later than June 2 to make a reservation. No reservation needed to come buy jewelry (come about 1:00).

The Blessing Bag Project

God’s goodness.

When a loved one is admitted into care at the Hinkle Hospice House, remembering to bring toiletries, journaling tools, even a magazine or puzzle books etc….may be the farthest from one’s mind. So why not make this one less thing that a patient or loved one has to remember by providing them a “gift of comfort and hope” in a bag, a Blessing Bag? Click this link to see more coverage about this project from Fox8.

12= the number of beds in the Hinkle Hospice House (HHH).
32= the average number of patients that are serviced monthly at HHH.
50-100= the number of blessing bags donated by March 1.

What does a “Blessing Bag” contain?
Travel-sized toiletries, a comb, a pen, a small notepad, and always a message of hope. (Contents may vary depending on donations.)

Activity Blessing Bags: a Sudoku, crossword, word search, or coloring book, a pen, colored pencils or crayons, and a message of hope.

How can you be a part of the “Blessing Bag Project”?
Donations of any of the following items for the bags will greatly be appreciated:
Travel-size lotion
Travel-size shampoo
Travel-size toothpaste
toothbrush
mini-notebooks
Sudoku books
Travel-size body wash or bar of soap
Travel-size conditioner
Travel-size mouthwash
A package of combs
A package of mints
coloring books
colored pencils
Travel-size deodorant
Travel-size Kleenex
mini-crossword books
crayons

Donations can be placed in the designated box found in the lobby of the FBC Fellowship Hall.

Thanks FBC!

FBC service fact: Soup and Jelly

Soup and Jelly

In 2013 you gave 564 cans of soup and 561 jars of jelly, a total of 1,1254 items as well as money which purchased both items.

Remember the soup and jelly can be dropped off in the MBCC Dining area. Thanks to LeGrand Skinner for being so faithful in delivering the soup and jelly to Crisis Ministry of Davidson County.