"The Girls" have been crafting again!
Some of you girls may want to try something challenging like buffalo plaid while others may be skeptical-
Just come-we'll have something fun for every skill level!
Tammy Weeks, Missions Ministries Director
Ronald Ginn, Pastor of Island Creek
Tammy and Pastor Ronald are getting the ground ready to plant pumpkins right here at Charity!
They know alot about sowing seed and expecting a harvest-they pray alot!
Sarah Southerland of Peace has already made a batch of strawberry jelly to sell at the Fall Festival!
The WMU ladies teamed up in March, April and May and had a great time starting on some of the wood signs and painting prayer chairs that we will have available at the Fall Festival. All of the money raised will go to the Paul Langston Wheelchair Ramp Fund. Such a great need in Sampson and Duplin Counties for ramps. Remember,
"When provision meets need-that's ministry!"
We'd like to
by joining us at our next work session. As you can see, all the girls had a great afternoon, shared ideas and accomplished alot too!
all of our EBA ladies to put feet and a little"elbow grease" to your
Amelia loves the arts & crafts and she and her family plan to have a Lemonade Stand at the Festival!
The 112th WMU Annual Meeting was held at Charity Missions Center on April 15th.
What a Great time of worship!
There were 18 churches represented.
Jair and Sofia Escalona from Maranantha sang and lead the group in worship of our Great God! What a wonderful gift God has given to this father and daughter!
Lilly Wooten of Beulaville Baptist brought the message and Elva Rivera of Emanuel translated. Dynamic message! Great Job ladies!