Mission Project for Sunday School

Sunday School students will work on a mission project to support people in the local Princeton area. We will prepare Hygiene Kits that will be distributed to people who visit Cornerstone Community Kitchen.

The Cornerstone Community Kitchen (CCK) offers a free and nutritious meal every week, even on holidays. Volunteers from the community serve the meal from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays.  In partnership with the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK), this ministry of PUMC now serves more than 100 people each week. Some come for the food, some for the fellowship and friendly atmosphere. All are welcome, no questions asked.

Teachers will introduce the Mission Project on Palm Sunday, April 9. On the next  two Sundays after Easter (April 23 and 30) children will bring in the supplies. They will make cards on April 23 and assemble the kits (always exciting) on April 30. The kits will be blessed, tentatively, on May 7 during the Children’s Sermon. Everyone is welcome to contribute any item (you don’t have to bring all the items). There will be a basket in the Sanford Davis Lobby.

  • bar of soap
  • a wash cloth (new)
  • a small hand towel (new)
  • shampoo (regular size, not travel and not extra large)
  • conditioner(regular size, not travel and not extra large)
  • toothbrush
  • toothpaste (regular size, not travel and not extra large)

This is a great way for our children to learn about helping others in a very hands-on way. Questions?Contact Tracey Feick-Lee or Rachel@PrincetonUMC.org

 

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