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Every month the Missions Team designates an organization to support with time, items, gifts and money.
Our September 2020 Love Offering is designated for our local law enforcement and fire officials.
In a Chino Valley Review newspaper article dated Wednesday, August 19, 2020, the Chino Valley Police Department is currently working with the nonprofit organization Shield 616.
The organization’s mission is to provide life-saving protection to law enforcement and fire officials in the form of rifle rated, front and rear armor panels that are fully integrated into current outer carrier / vest carriers. Because they are fully integrated and lightweight, they will be worn at all times
Any questions regarding this effort, contact Sgt. Cody Johnson at 928-636-4223 ext. 1239.
This year presented a challenge with COVID-19 and the distribution of gifts was held in Prescott. At the time, Chino Valley was not able do anything at the church. Prescott UMC donated items to us for our area.
The CVUMC Missions Team packed 38 gift bags containing a $25.00 gift card to Target, books, bibles, and other items.
We were able to donate to our own CVUMC family member’s children and to the Homeless Children’s Project in Chino Valley
Soul Sisters are hosting a craft, bake, and knick-knack sale on Friday and Saturday, October 21-22, from 8am to 2pm. All members of the church are invited to participate in this sale to benefit Foster Children who are graduating out of the Foster Care System. We are raising funds to give them gift cards to help them set up a new household in a situation when they are now out on their own.
We will be happy to accept any donations of craft items, baked goods or resalable décor items (in good condition) you have that you no longer want to dust.
Here are some items you might find there this weekend.
The public is welcome to come and browse. You just might find something for that Aunt or Uncle you don’t see very often.
“The CVUMC Choir met Saturday, August 27 at Carrie’s house for the first choir retreat/workshop. New music for the year was introduced, rehearsed and sung. Friendships were cultivated, a bite to eat and more singing provided a positive consensus that this will be happening again in the near future. Contact the church office at 636.2969 or our choir director, Bob Reese to join in song at our services.”