The mission received three freezers and one refrigerator through our friend Ellen. The week before our kitchen staff had prayed for more freezer space.
The mission was invited to participate in Whole Food's Zero Waste Day. Donald, Stan, and David had a great time meeting people and sharing about the mission.
The SOW Ministry came and volunteered their time sorting clothes in the gym.
The mission staff is excited about the opportunity to be apart of the Silverdale Baptist Church missions conference this week. The mission will have a display table and a staff member will be attending each event. We hope to see some of you there. http://silverdalebc.com/ministries/missions/impact-missions-conference/
The mission tour is a special time when we enjoy meeting new friends. The tour tells of the history, purpose, and goals of the mission. Time is reserved at the end of the tour to discuss volunteer opportunities with those that are interested. The next mission tour is Thursday,…
Nigel, Doug, and Rodney gave their time on a Saturday to clear trees at the mission. They are from Concord Baptist, one of our supporting churches.
We are very glad to have Bro. Kinsey teaching in the Christian Life Program and filling in for us in the shelter chapel. He was a missionary in South Africa for 26 years.
Stan saw Charlie at our recent visit to Silverdale Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Charlie volunteers at the mission by researching items we need to purchase.
Silverdale Cumberland Presbyterian Church invited the mission staff to attend their fifth Sunday special services. All the food remaining from their dinner was donated to the mission.
Leading up to our Thanksgiving meal each year we receive donated turkeys. The turkeys are cooked at the beginning of Thanksgiving week and are prepared on Wednesday at our annual Turkey Pull. This year we plan to prepare 20 turkeys for our big Thanksgiving meal. Last year, we fed…