Youth Missions will sponsor the Faith on Fire Hunger Run from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., April 28, at the Lake of the Woods Association Golf Course.

Volunteers are needed to greet participants, cheer for runners, staff a station, and to pass out water and tracts. There’s a job for everyone.

A volunteer meeting is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 27 at the church. At that time all volunteers to receive their assignment and T-shirt.

The race itself starts promptly at 8 a.m. on Saturday morning.

All ages are welcome to participate. Those in fifth grade and under must participate with an adult.

The cost if $30 for the 5K race and $15 for the one-mile race.

There will be T-shirts and water bottles for all. Sizes are guaranteed only for participants registered by April 6th.

All one-mile participants will receive medals. Prizes will be awarded to the top male and female finishers in each age bracket.

On Saturday, May 5 from 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Women’s Guild will host a Silent Auction to benefit Living Waters Community Clinic and MWU Intervarsity Christian Fellowship.
Funds raised will help the Living Water Community Clinic purchase an autoclave machine to sterilize medical equipment. With the increase in numbers of patients, it has become cost prohibitive to use disposable instruments. The Autoclave will allow health care professionals at the Clinic to continue to provide safe, quality care to patients. Also benefiting will be the Mary Washington University Intervarsity Christian Fellowship for their work in supporting college students’ spiritual lives.
Please donate good quality, gently used items to be sold at the Silent Auctions.
Items are accepted each Thursday morning in Friendship Hall and on Sundays in the Gathering Place. If you have furniture or larger items to donate, please contact Norma and Larry Ervin, 972-0652 for pick-up.
Items Welcomed:
For the Home: Lamps, small furniture, throw pillows, quilts, wall hangings, mirrors, clocks. China, crystal, brass and ceramic pieces such as candle sticks, serving pieces, teapots, trays, and vases.
For the Lady: Jewelry, shawls, purses, tote bags. No sized clothing items will be accepted.
For the Art Lover: Original paintings, needle arts, woodwork and carving, decorative painting, figurines, stained glass.
For the Children: Book collections, heritage toys and dolls, doll houses, like-new modern toys, high chairs, rocking chairs, etc.
For the Men: Tools, sports equipment, car accessories
For the Holidays: Decorations, collections, wreaths, centerpieces.
Start your spring cleaning and donate! Thanks in advance for your generous help.
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