MIXING A MISSION MEAL (OKC-Church of the Servant )


MIXING A MISSION MEAL—In the children's area at OKC-Church of the Servant, young volunteers funnel dried food into a package. On April 14, the mission project stirred up activity in eight areas of the church—during concurrent morning worship in the sanctuary. The church raised $35,000 and rallied some 1,300 volunteers to provide 144,000 meals to schools and orphanages in South America. The mission project was featured in the May 13 issue of The United Methodist Reporter, a weekly national newspaper. Read the full story online; go to www.umportal.org  and search for "Stop Hunger Now."

At OKC-Church of the Servant, more than 1,300 volunteers assembled meals for schools and orphanges in other nations. A child serves as a runner between work stations, while two adults carefully weigh packages—filled with rice, soy,dehydrated vegetables, and vitamins—before the meals are sealed and boxed for shipping

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