Many have described 2020 as a “dumpster fire” or a “throwaway year.” While you might remember the incredible challenges of 2020 just like I do, I want to challenge you to take a minute a celebrate “#2020InReview” and the many ways that 2020 was a great year of ministry and mission at Ringgold United Methodist Church. Sure, in January 2020, none of us would have guessed that 2020 would entail all that it has. Even more still, I am not…
In this ministry spotlight, we talked with Jan and Tina of the Sew What Sewing Ministry to learn how they are serving others through sewing and quilting even during the global COVID-19 global pandemic.
Today’s mission moment concerns an update on NCIC (Nourishing Children in Catoosa). NCIC resumes packing Aug 30 with a new schedule this year. We will stage on Sunday at 7p and pack on Monday at 3p.Nourishing Children in Catoosa has a long-standing history of working to alleviate child hunger in Catoosa County through providing weekend snack packs to kids who are food insecure. For more info, visit Nourishing Children In Catoosa.
It’s time for school. It’s time for teaching and learning.
Ringgold United Methodist Church has been in partnership with Friends of Momance, The Pioneers of Momance School, and the town of Momance, Haiti for several years.