The 2nd Mile giving for August will go toward Festival of Sharing. The Festival will be held on September15, 2018, at Otterbein University in Westerville, OH. Our School Kits, Hygiene Kits, and Emergency Clean-up Items will be placed in baskets around the church or money can be donated by designating 2nd mile project Church World Service Kits. Items for each kit are listed.
Pair of blunt metal scissors
Three 70-count spiral notebooks
Hand-held pencil sharpener
Six new unsharpened pencils with erasers
Box of 24 crayons
12”x14” to 14” x 17” finished cotton
or lightweight canvas bag with handles.
We will have some bags to be filled, so items only is ok.
1 Hand towel – 15”x 28” to 16” x 32 “
1 wide-tooth comb
- Nail Clipper
- Bath size bar of soap
- Six standard size Band-aids
Emergency Clean-up Buckets
- 1 5-gallon bucket with a re-sealable lid
- 4 souring pads
1 scrub brush
18 cleaning towels (reusable, like Easy Wipes)
1 50-78 oz. box dry laundry detergent
1 12 oz. bottle liquid household cleaner
1 24-18 oz. liquid dish soap
1 package 48-50 clothespins
Clothesline, two 50 ft. or 100 ft.
5 Dust masks
2 pair heavy-duty, waterproof dishwashing gloves
- pair work gloves
1 24-28 heavy duty or contractor type 30-45 gallon trash bags on a roll.
1 6-9 oz. bottle Insect repellent (not aerosol can)
Thanks for all you will share.
Elaine Powers, Mission Team
Youth Summer Activities Position open from June 1 – Aug 31
Westwood United Methodist Church.
3460 Epworth Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211.
1. Lead group Bible study weekly with team with approved curriculum
2. Lead 2 large gatherings a month (6 total)
3. Lead 3 local mission experiences (1/month)
4. Attend Sunday worship and meet with youth
5. Lead 1 activity/week for involved youth
6. Open Gym 2/week – jr and sr high.
7. Attend staff meetings weekly
8. Meet with Senior Pastor weekly
Hours Recommended: 20/week
Send resume to: Apply@westwoodunitedmethodist.org
Must have background check and read Safe Sanctuary policy.
The palm branch crosses are an excellent reminder of the speed we move from the celebration of the palms to the lament over the passion. Holy week is a time to remember how Christ suffered and died for us. We are pilgrims on a journey retracing Jesus’ steps from the table to the tomb.
There are fourteen prayer stations, click on the first image in the gallery to get the larger view, and click through each one.
“Be Still and Know I am God”
Please enter prayerfully.