Opportunities of Service and Outreach

We have various opportunities to reach out to others in need:

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: We work with Habitat for Humanity in helping to build homes for the less fortunate. Our next Habitat project will be on Saturday, July 20th in Worcester. 

PROJECT MEXICO: During the summer, our Church sends a group to Tijuana, Mexico to work with the Orthodox organization Project Mexico (www.projectmexico.org) to help build homes for the desperately poor. This project typically takes place in July.

WEBSTER FOOD SHARE: Volunteers have an opportunity to serve a hot meal for the needy every other Tuesday evening (from Sept - May) at the United Church of Christ in Webster.

VISITATIONS TO THE ELDERLY: Throughout the year, but especially before Christmas and during Great Lent, our youth will visit the homebound and other elderly in Nursing Homes. Eveyrone is welcome to come on these visits.

RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE: You have become a blood donor and/or you can volunteer to help when we have the Red Cross Blood Drive at our Church. We have one blood drive every July, and occasionally at other times throughout the year.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: We have an OPEN AA meeting held at our Church every Sunday evening from 6:30-8:00.

Monthly Bulletin
Monthly Message
August 01, 2017 -

 

Recent Sermons
July 30, 2017 -
Today’s heretical Christianity is a comfortable, easy Christianity. Go to church, follow some commandments, wear a cross and have a few icons, maybe even go to Project Mexico once or twice, but DON”T ALLOW CHRIST TO CHANGE OUR LIVES. Too many follow the wide and easy path, which leads to destruction, and ignore the narrow and difficult path which Christ tells us leads into the kingdom of heaven. Radical Christianity is not easy, but it is the Christianity of the saints.

 

July 17, 2017 -
This idea of God’s superheroes, the saints, are what I want to focus on today. I’m going to use, however, the beautiful new 10-foot icon we just hung on the wall of our Church

 

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