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There are many opportunities to participate in the varied missions of the church –
within the church, in the local community, nationally or internationally.

 

We support the following organizations:


New Britain Food Larder is supported by weekly donations of groceries and produce from our Community Garden during the growing season.


Manna on Main Street is supported by weekly donations of produce from our community garden during the growing season and proceeds from the United Methodist Women's Silent Auction.


Doylestown FISH is supported by a special offering, alternative giving during the year and also produce from our community garden during the growing season.


A Women’s Place, Doylestown is supported by a special offering, alternative giving during the year and toiletries collection for kits that are made.


Laurel House is supported by proceeds from the United Methodist Women's Silent Auction.


One House at a Time (Beds for Kids Program) is supported by a special offering alternative giving dring the year and the United Methodist Women.


American Red Cross Blood Drives are held in our Family Life Center (FLC) twice during the year.


Neshaminy Manor: The United Methodist Women (UMW) create a "mitten tree" to collect hats, gloves and mittens for residents of Neshaminy Manor.


Habitat for Humanity is supported by a special offering and select workdays.


Americans for Native Americans is supported by a special offering and alternative giving during the year.

 


Heifer International is supported by altenative giving during the year.


Moldova Children’s School is supported by a special offering and alternative giving during the year.


Red Bird Mission is supported by a special offering and Campbell's product labels collection.


UMCOR – United Methodist Committee On Relief is supported by a special offering and extra giving during the year according to disasters.

UMCOR provides humanitarian relief and disaster response in the United States and internationally. Our efforts are targeted in places where natural disasters, war, or conflict have done so much damage that communities are unable to recover on their own. While UMCOR is not a first-response organization, we stand ready to accompany communities in need over the long haul of their recovery, until they are well on their way to establishing a “new normal” after a crisis. In addition, UMCOR helps communities in the United States and abroad prepare for emergencies and to reduce the risk of disasters through a roster of training programs.

 

We also are involved in global development work. Specific programs address issues of health, water and sanitation, poverty, sustainable agriculture, nutrition, and food security. Many development problems are interrelated, so UMCOR uses integrated solutions to address their root causes. UMCOR seeks to empower local hospitals, schools, churches, and other stakeholders by enhancing their capacity to address these issues.)


 

 

 

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