Missions

SHARING OUR CHRISTMAS WITH FAMILIES IN NEED

December, 2016

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PRAISE THE LORD!

Members of our church family were challeged with a mission to feed families in need for Christmas.  Some brought food, and some made monetary donations, and we were therefore able to fill twelve boxes full of food, each also with a canned ham, to give to those who are hungry and in need of assistance. Jesus said, “Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me” (Matthew 25:40b).

C.A.R.E. MINISTRY

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West Pelzer Baptist Church

“Christians Actively Reaching Everyone”

We have four teams of individuals and/or couples, who attempt to actively reach within, to our church family, and without, to the community; by way of calls, cards, prayers, and visits.  We want all to know that we C.A.R.E!

Our C.A.R.E. Teams currently consist of:

TEAM-C: Pastor Randall Smith (Leader), Donna Smith, Betty Kellett, Doris Locke, Gene Odom

TEAM-A: Terri Blackston (Leader), Bonda Owens, Jane Riddle, Pete and Joyce Vanhook, and Betty Welborn

TEAM-R: Rhonda Hesson (Leader), Gary and Pat Alexander, Nancy Cogburn, Roy Harris, Charles Hood, Charles and Ruth Ann Sullivan

TEAM-E: Annette Drake (Leader), Sue Gaillard, Mike Harbin, Steve and Sherree Eskew, and Diane Sutherland

Christmas Outreach

Posted on December 16, 2013 by Randall Smith

“Fill-A-Box with Groceries Christmas Outreach

Praise the Lord! We collected cans of soup this past Sunday, on the day the Super Bowl was played. We had a super day in our super church, fellowshipping as a super church family, worshiping our super Lord and Savior; and with Christ on our team, all of us were winners. The only loser was our evil opponent, the devil.

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Our church family took up enough food to fill 15 boxes for needy families at Christmas.  These boxes were filled with a variety mix of non-perishable food, along with canned hams, and bags of fruit.  When it comes to helping others, our church has a heart that cares!  To God Be the Glory!

Soup Cans Collected for Operation Care

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Praise the Lord!  We collected cans of soup this past Sunday, on the day the Super Bowl was played.  We had a super day in our super church, fellowshipping as a super church family, worshiping our super Lord and Savior; and with Christ on our team, all of us were winners.  The only loser was our evil opponent, the devil.

I challenged the church family to bring cans of soup.  We called the special day emphasis “Souper Bowl Sunday.”  Several cans were brought, and we took up money in the morning service to buy even more cans.  The cans of soup were delivered to Operation Care this morning, Friday, February 7th, to be given out to families who are in need of food during these hard times.  To God Be the Glory!

Stuffing Mix Collected for Christian Men United in Prayer’s project to feed needy families at Thanksgiving

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We collected 75 boxes of 6 ounce stuffing mix in the month of October, 2014, to donate to the organization of “Christian Men United in Prayer,” to help in their annual effort to feed needy families at Thanksgiving.  Praise God from whom all blessings flow!

INSTANT MASHED POTATOES COLLECTED TO HELP CHRISTIAN MEN UNITED IN PRAYER’S EFFORT TO FEED NEEDY FAMILIES AT THANKSGIVING

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We collected 100 boxes of Instant Mashed Potatoes to help feed these familes.  To God be the glory!