Missions at Oregon Community
NATIVE AMERICAN MINISTRY: We are excited to explore more ministry opportunities with Pastor Hill and the people of the Blackfoot United Methodist Parish (BUMP) in Montana. Mike & Paula Shifflet, Pastor Jason and others are interested in pursuing new opportunities. Mike led a Bible Study regarding native american history and its connection to the church (the good, the bad, and the ugly aspects). We are also hoping to support the mission of BUMP by raising funds for a pickup truck that they need for their ministry of teaching people to train horses and to possibly take a mission trip to the reservation.
LOSS OF TURTLE ISLAND EXPERIENCE: On April 14th from 9:30-11AM at Lititz UMC we will host an interactive and engaging workshop on Native American History and the struggles that these nations have experienced. The event is called Loss of Turtle Island. A luncheon will be provided after the workshop. For more info visit the conference website article. Contact Mike Shifflet at 717-419-4863 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register for this event.
FOOD BANK: The Women of Oregon, have boxes in the lobby for the Warwick, Lititz Food Bank. Please bring a food item to contribute. The food will be taken to either the food bank, or given to a family in need, at the end of each quarter.
LIFETREE CAFE is an Outreach Ministry where people can and discuss how faith and life intersect—including hot-button issues. Please join us! There is a different topic each week. We meet at the General Sutter Inn in Lititz on Monday nights @7pm. Bring friends who are not currently engaged with a church out for dinner and a discussion. Visit www.lifetreecafelancaster.us for more info including video previews of the upcoming topics.
IMAGINE NO MALARIA: The Eastern PA Conference has embarked on an Imagine No Malaria campaign to build broad awareness and financial support for the life-saving mission to eradicate the deadly disease of malaria. Our goal as a denomination is to raise $75 million--and we are almost there! You can explore the UMCOR website to make a donation directly.
LANCASTER UNITED METHODIST INNER-CITY ALLIANCE, ALSO KNOWN AS LUMINA, is organized exclusively for charitable, religious, educational, or scientific purposes. The corporation exists to offer the impoverished in Lancaster County the light of hope: to encourage children and youth through Christian character building, to empower families through life skill education, and to equip those in need with basic necessities and proper clothing for work and school. LUMINA is a cooperative mission project of the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference of The United Methodist Church. For more information please go to www.luminaoutreach.org or contact LUMINA at (717) 394-8412 or email@example.com