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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Operation Inasmuch (Part 2)

203 participants in "Operation Inasmuch" from our Church alone... what a huge success this one day missions project was and a BLESSING for each person involved! Here is a glimpse at some of the projects our Church completed:
two wheelchair ramps
a complete roofing project
three yards cleaned
one cemetery cleaned
a bathroom gutted and redone- including a new floor
road side trash pickup
two parks cleaned
meals for all fireman and policeman
visits and meals for all shut-ins
visits and treat bags for all of the county rest homes
hospice project
homeless shelter project
free medical clinic project
women's shelter project
Looking ahead to future posts; my project, my husbands project, and a few more pictures of "Operation Inasmuch".


Blogger Dawn said...

What a wonderful project for your church and your town - it must be great to see many churches going together for such a great purpose. Reminds me of when our denomination goes to its quadrennial convention and does all sorts of project in whatever city the convention is held. Good work! Can't wait to hear more.

8:31 PM  
Blogger Nancy said...

Dawn~ I think it is awesome that the denominations come together to do work to help others. It just reinforces that we all serve the same God and do so for His glory, as one church.

Most of the churches working on this project in our county were Baptist with several Methodist. I would love to see a list from the other churches to know how much was done all over the county.

I think I remember you blogging about the quadrennial convention.

I loved reading about "The Concert" on Kristens blog. So funny!

Thanks for stopping by.

9:49 PM  
Blogger patterns of ink said...

Wow! What a great response to a worthy cause. It sounds like it held your attention all day. =)

7:56 PM  
Blogger Nancy said...

Thanks for stopping by Tom. It was an all day project for most of the teams and some even started on Friday. I was involved with several projects and moved around but enjoyed every minute of it. Our planning for next year started the very next day with written reflections from the leaders of each team.

8:06 PM  
Blogger Cris said...

WOW! Sounds like you guys got a lot done. That is awesome!

11:02 AM  

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