OPERATION INASMUCH, MAY 4
Our Inasmuch Day is Saturday, May 4. Sign up begins Sunday, March 24. Here is a list of projects so that you can begin to think and pray about how you will serve. Regardless of what project you choose, please begin to collect the following items and bring them on Inasmuch Day: peanut butter, jelly, grits, spaghetti sauce, canned meats, canned fruits.
Food Bank: Organizing and shelving food at the Food Bank.
Affirmation of Public Servants Baking Project: Baking cookies and delivering them to local law enforcement and firefighters.
Pressure Washing at Bowers Rodgers: Pressuring washing an office building and a home.
Teaching Bridge: Teaching bridge (the card game) to residents in assisted living or nursing homes.
GFBC Children: Supervising and assisting the children of GFBC as they do Operation Inasmuch projects designed just for them.
Community Initiatives—Children: Providing activities for elementary age children in the Matthews neighborhood.
Community Initiatives— Gardening and Cleaning: Helping with a gardening project or clean-up projects in the Matthews neighborhood.
La Puerta Construction: Building a picket fence at La Puerta de Esperanza (The Door of Hope).
Lunch Delivery: Delivering lunch (provided by the church) to various work sites.
No Sew Blankets: Making fleece blankets for Project Linus. Fleece may be on sale now. A yard and a half is needed per blanket in patterns for boys and girls.
Project Sit and Chat: After a period of training, visiting nursing home residents or elderly who are homebound.
Singing: Singing at area nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Open to anyone who likes to sing, not just choir members.
Writing Project: Writing letters of encouragement to incarcerated adults who participate in a weekend religious retreat.
Yard Work: Doing needed maintenance in the yard of a homebound person.