These are some of the New Light Ministries that you might like to be involved with, including a contact phone number for the organizer.
Food & Friends:
Delivers groceries to persons debilitated by the effects of HIV/AIDS. Alternate Saturdays in conjunction with the food pantry. Drivers needed. Volunteers are scheduled in rotation, presently once every six weeks. All welcome.
Contact Bruce Brooks at email@example.com if you can help.
Emergency Food Cabinet / Free Clothing:
We maintain a food cabinet for those in need that pass by our doors and give out free clothing to those who have need of them. Volunteers stock the cabinet and provide occasional soup time. Please let Dee Fenninger-Coggin know if you can help. Nonperishable food and clean clothing, or money donations are always welcome,
Updated by David Brechbiel
Hospital and Sick Visits:
Visits the sick and homebound when needed or requested. Please speak to pastor if you’d like to arrange a visit, or volunteer to be a visitor.
Special Events and Fundraising:
Raffles, movie nights, special guest concerts, spaghetti dinners or themed dinners, and much, much, more. All ideas considered, volunteers always needed.
Recent concert: Kipyn Martin
Recent fundraisers involve: Leitersburg Cinema Movie Card Fundraiser, Totem Pole Playhouse “Godspell” Group Outing, Capital Theatre “A Christmas Carol” Group Outing, Used Ink Cartridge Return, Christmas Gift Raffle, Easter Basket Raffle.
Educational Programs and Bible Studies:
These are arranged by the pastor, although many of them are lay led. The needs of the community range from bible study and spiritual care to financial workshops and craft collectives. Please see the calendar for scheduled events, or talk to the pastor if you’d like to lead a group.
Besides these ministries there is the Board of Directors. Board members are voted in by the congregation at our annual meeting in December. If you would like to be considered for a board position please speak to a member of the current board (Harold Gress, David Washington, or Bruce Brooks, tel: 240 527 1253).