MOSAIC Events and Travel Opportunities
Includes luncheons, trips, retreats, special activities.
MOSAIC Events will be on the website, in Sunday church bulletins, flyers in Sunday School rooms,
and in the Church Newsletter. Mark your calendars and don't forget to call or email to make reservations.
In order to participate in MOSAIC Events & Travel Opportunities,
we must have a the WAIVER & RELEASE LIABILITY FORM and the ADULT PARTICIPATION FORM on file.
CLICK HERE FOR THE WAIVER & RELEASE LIABILITY FORM
CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE ADULT PARTICIPATION FORM
MOSAIC Mission/Outreach Opportunities
Explore the many mission/outreach opportunities where senior adults can serve like:
Health Kits for Seniors
Kingswood Kids' Stockings
Gift Cards for Garber College Students at Exam time
Operation Christmas Child Shoebox/Shipping Costs
Care Packages for our Appalachia Service Project Team and more!
Stitches of Love
Meets September-May on the 2nd Friday from 9am-12:00 pm.
Leaders: Nancy Adkins and Ruth Tucker
If you can sew, pin seams, cut out patterns, iron, tie knots, and/or cut and paste cards, we could use your help.
This ministry reaches church, local community, and state/national\/world with God's love.
Sings on various Sundays through the year and provides music ministry to local retirement homes.
Open membership, come join us in making a joyful noise!
REHEARSALS - Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am
Garber has a unique ministry which uses the gifts and talents of our members to do small handyman projects
which help maintain our physical church. If you’re looking for a place to serve and would enjoy the fellowship of others, please consider dedicating a few hours each week to the Wednesday Workers ministry at Garber.
MEETS - Wednesdays at 8:30am in Room 123
Prayer Shawl Ministry
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Gather to knit prayer shawls, lap blankets, and baby blankets.
These are presented to members of the church and community who are sick,
shut-in or families of new born babies.
Soup for Seniors
Usually in the fall, a group gets together, makes soups, stores them in quart containers,
and puts in the freezer to be taken to shut-ins and senior congregational members
who are sick as a way of sharing our care.
Caring with Casseroles
In the Spring of each year, the senior group will make casseroles in small 2-4 serving containers to be taken to shut-ins and sick congregational members to extend out God's love to them with a meal.
Please contact Sue Webb, Senior Ministries Coordinator to get more information
or make reservations for any of the MOSAIC activities.
Call 252-637-4022 or email email@example.com