I'm so glad you have chosen to visit our website pages today. I hope you will find the information informative and inviting. That's a big part of our ministry philosophy: to support and educate each other in our pilgrimage of faith and to continually encourage others not yet on the journey to be a part of what God is doing in our lives and our world.
While serving as your pastor and serving on the Board of the Union Mission it is clear the needs are great and the ministry invaluable to those in need. The Union Mission continues to offer ministry to homeless men and struggling individuals through it’s kitchen ministry which serves a daily meal for the community, feeds the resident men 3 meals a day and offers housing, counseling and life skills. Additionally, it’s food pantry serves over 700 food boxes per month. Emergency home items and clothing is a huge part of their ministry. Additionally, it is looking to offer a shelter for homeless women in the very near future. None of this happens without community and church support and prayer. When the needs are greatest is most often when the economy is down and financial support is at its lowest. Of course contributions great and small are appreciated, but not possible for everyone.
But there is something you can do. During the Littleton/Lake Gaston festival in our parking lot we’ll also be collecting cardboard and clothing, good clothes which can be sold and not so good which will be sold for rags. All three of these sources help support the ministry of the Mission. You can bring these to our church anytime. A special station will be set up during the concurrent yard sale for the John 3:16 Center. Your help makes a huge difference! Spread the word!