503 South Leroy Street Fenton, MI 48430 (810) 629-7801

Local Outreach

Ten volunteers from our church traveled to the North End Soup Kitchen in Flint on Saturday, June 25, to prepare and serve a lunch to people in crisis.  We served about 70 lunches.  Everyone was very appreciative and we enjoyed our time together.

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We had another very successful blood drive at our church this June.  Most of the donors used the new Rapid Pass system very successfully.  After a very busy start at 9 am, the arriving donors were processed very promptly the rest of the day.  We had 43 people come to donate and 39 units were donated.  We express our sincere appreciation to the blood donors as well as to the Boy Scouts for setting up and taking down the equipment and to the various volunteers from our church who supplied cookies and hosted the event.  We especially thank Norma Witten for organizing our blood drives for over 20 years.

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Tri-County Christmas In Action performed significant home repairs to a Fenton Township house owned by a senior with disabilities on Saturday, April 30, 2016.  Ten adults and eight youth volunteers from our church worked at the house on Main Road.  Our team helped to paint the outside of the home, stain the front deck, clean the home, repair the downspouts, weed the planting areas and spread mulch.  Other volunteers at the house moved the laundry room from the basement to the main floor, installed a shower in the bathroom and installed a new kitchen ceiling fan.  The homeowner was very appreciative!

Christmas in Action

Christmas in Action

Christmas in Action

Christmas in Action

Christmas in Action

Christmas in Action

Christmas in Action

Christmas in Action

New member dinner New member dinner (1) New member dinner (2)Fun and fellowship, delicious food, and presentations from Session and Deacons all made the 2016 New Member Dinner a big success! All our new members from last April to this April were feted and celebrated and appreciated! The involvement of our new members in the life of our church is exciting to see! Here’s to many happy, productive, fun times ahead!

On a balmy winter day, our members shared their Christmas Joy with the community and helped the Salvation Army raise some money so that more local families could enjoy Christmas.  Our members smiled, sang Christmas carols and greeted shoppers at VG’s on Silver Lake Parkway as well as at WalMart on Saturday, December 12, from 9am – 8pm.  We were again impressed with the generosity of our community through their donations to the red kettle.  The mission committee wants to sincerely thank the many volunteers for making a difference in our community!

Salvation Army bell ringing

Salvation Army bell ringing

Salvation Army bell ringing

Salvation Army bell ringing

Salvation Army bell ringing

Salvation Army bell ringing

We want to thank the 54 people who showed up to donate their blood, the 47 people who were able to donate, the Boy Scouts for assisting in setting up and packing up the equipment, the members who made cookies and the members who hosted the drive on Saturday, December 5.  The weather was great and the walk-in donations increased because the StreetScape is complete and the JingleFest event was in progress.

What a delightful time being part of the Fenton Chamber of Commerce’s “An Event So Good… It’s Scary!” We even had our church’s own Mayor of Halloweenville join others from the congregation as we gave away nearly 800 pieces of Halloween candy to children in the community on October 30th. Being a downtown church gives us the opportunity to join in many of the local activities.Nikki Black and Chas Kopplin Chas Kopplin and Karen TerrillIola Siniarski The Mayor of Halloweenville

2015 Bastille RaceOn Saturday, July 11, 2015, our church supported the Bastille Day Race in downtown Fenton.  Each year, this race has generated over $18,000 for the Genesee County Habitat for Humanity chapter and brought thousands of visitors into Fenton.  This year the race course was modified due to the downtown construction with the StreetScape project.  The 15k race began at 7:45 am while the 5k run/walk began at 8:00 am.  Both races were wrapping up by 10:00 am.  Food and entertainment were available at the O’Donnell Park.

Our church supplied nine volunteers who assisted with traffic control at five neighborhood corners.  Thank you to the volunteers for assisting in this worthwhile cause.  Everyone had a great time!

2015 Bastille Race

2015 Bastille Race

 

About 30 of us joined in fellowship and went Christmas caroling to our downtown neighbors on Sunday, December 21.  With 4 teams, we covered about 15 blocks in a little more than an hour and handed out 83 invitations to our Christmas Eve services, along with a brochure on our children and youth programs. Warm sentiment was shared as we brightened many people’s day, spreading God’s love and joy throughout our town! We all had a great time, and enjoyed hot chocolate and donuts after the fun 🙂 Merry Christmas to all!

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