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Now on Registrations- Faith in Action Food Bank, Love of Strangers Workshop, First Step (Abingdon Campus); Students: CIY Move 2018,
Serve In the Community
Faith in Action FOOD BANK
February collection- Canned soups. Donations can be left in the round bins in the foyer of the Children & Student Center.
Bag Ladies are a group of ladies who join together to double bag grocery bags for EFIA Food Bank. If you're available and would like to join these ladies in their service, come to WHCC on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 10 am.
Faith in Action Food Bank - WHCC and other local Churches staff the Stone Soup Food Pantry on a rotation. WHCC is scheduled to serve the week of February 25th.
Both day and evening shifts are available to serve. The only training needed is for those who wish to work check-in and it is provided at the Food Pantry as needed. If interested or for more information you can register here, on the APP or at the Information table on Sundays.
CIY Move 2018
Move is more than just another conference or camp. Move is an experience! We strive for students to go Beyond the Event by committing to become Kingdom Workers.
CIY is open to all incoming 9th grade (current 8th graders) - 2018 graduating 12th grade students. Early registration is extremely important because the event sells out very early. Please register and make your $100 deposit ASAP so we can secure an appropriate number of spots. Due to the deadlines by CIY, registration including the deposit of $100 is due no later than April 30th. Cancellations after April 30th will only result in a refund if someone is found to fill the vacated spot.
You are welcome to make payments toward CIY between now and May 11th. The full $300 balance and all forms are due no later than May 11, 2018. To ensure you have a spot, please pay and register as early as possible. After the April 30th registration date there will likely be no extra availability. Any questions may be directed to Philip Wines at: email@example.com or 276-628-8659. You can register here.
Love of strangers workshop
Join us at the Meadowview Campus for the Love of Strangers Workshop on Saturday, March 10th. This workshop is to help us understand that we all share the biblical responsibility of hospitality and God's expectation for us to love our community. This workshop is for everyone and by attending you are not obligating yourself to be on the hospitality team. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m., workshop begins at 9:00 a.m. Dave Hilman from Waypoint will be teaching the workshop. There is no cost for the workshop. For more information or to register, please visit the website, APP or here.
First STep Class (Abingdon Campus)
If you are interested in learning more about the history, beliefs, practices, and missions of WHCC, then this class is for you. Pastors Paul, Roger, and Lee will be teaching a First Step Class on Sunday, March 18th. A meal will be provided and childcare is available upon request. Class length is 2 hours. First Step serves as WHCC's membership class, however, taking First Step does not obligate you to membership. You can register here, on the APP or website.
Mentor Program between whcc and aes
The purpose of the Mentor Volunteer Program is to match a godly member of the WHCC congregation with a child that needs a friend and a reliable source of support. We have 10 kids we are going to mentor with. We will connect each WHCC mentor with the teacher of your child for an initial meeting to find out what time during the day is best, and to learn a little about the student. Activities could include having lunch with the student, reading with the student, or doing a project together. The requirements for this is a completed background check (WHCC will perform, cost: $10), love of children, a desire to make a difference and be able to give up 1 hour a week. If you're interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 276-628-8659.
Mountain States Hospice is seeking compassionate, caring individuals who would like to bing love and care into the lives of the terminally ill and their families.
Training and flexible hours are available to work around your schedule. Volunteering for Hospice is a very rewarding experience. A small amount of your time would mean so much to a needing family! Volunteers can work in a Hospice office or sit with hospice patients in Washington County and Russell County. For more information or to sign up, please call or email Roger Phelps: email@example.com, phone: 276-628-8659.
Woodland Hills Christian Church purchases teaching resources and other items through Amazon Smile & it benefits Hostetter Ministries, one of the Global Missions WHCC partners with. Read about them below; then remember to place all your Amazon orders through Amazon Smile & help support Hostetter Ministries with your purchases.
Jeremiah and Brittney Hostetter and their three great kids have been serving and working for the Lord for over 5 years in Cameroon, West Africa. Your donations will help support a Christian education in a Third World country. The fundamental premise is that character development in the formative years will result in adults with Christ-like traits. Further, the education provided is on par with U.S. public education, far above that offered in the Third World. The students generally cannot afford private education. The ministry supports additional missions to include preaching and teaching, women's programs, as well as a gym ministry.
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