People and Places Touched by our Good and Faithful Steward Challenge

What we have done so far:

  • Helped at least 150 specific families or individuals in need and entered into their lives by sharing God’s love and presence in a concrete manner
  • Supported two months of the Living Bread Luncheon, which is a luncheon our Church offers on the first Saturday of every month and which touches around 100 people, mostly elderly who are looking for fellowship and love.
  • Helped provide 20 food baskets and gift cards during the coronavirus crisis to families in need from Park Ave Elementary School and in Webster
  • St Luke’s Homeless Shelter in Southbridge
  • Toys Drive for Children
  • Winter Warm Drive
  • Bedouin women in Egypt
  • Farms Hand Preschool
  • NASCAR Family Foundation
  • Hospice and Palliative Care
  • Pajamas for Children’s Hospital
  • Pine Street Inn Homeless Shelter
  • Boys and Girls Club of Webster/Dudley 
  • Christian Appalacian Project
  • OpporTUNEity
  • CT Food Bank
  • St Jude’s Hospital
  • Webster/Dudley Food Share
  • Worcester Food Bank
  • Webster Library
  • Dunkin Donuts to random people
  • Helped someone buy new tires
  • Blessed Backpack Brigade, which helps the homeless in needy in Webster
  • The Webster/Dudley Veteran’s Council
  • Helped two homeless individuals in Worcester
  • A family whose father has Stage 4 cancer
  • Fisher House of Boston
  • Masonic Angel Fund
  • TEEG (Thompson Ecumenical Empowerment Group)
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August 01, 2020
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