If you have a heart for the homeless in our area, your help is needed on Friday, September 24th! All kinds of services will offered at this day-long event which will be held at Branson United Methodist Church. Half day shifts (9:00 to noon and noon to 4:00) are available for those who would like to serve as a guide, work registration, help with food service, exit questionnaire or in the prayer area. They are still looking for about 50 volunteers.

The website below will give you more information and a powerful brief video.

Visit website by clicking on the following link: Project Homeless Connect Branson
OR copy/paste this url in your browser:

Please contact John Presley, volunteer coordinator, at 417-365-1332 if you feel led to help.

If you cannot volunteer for the event but would like to support the project, a HUGE help would be to pass this announcement to your friends, workplace, classrooms, clubs, organizations, and other places of influence and give someone else the opportunity to be a part of this outreach to serve the poor.

FACEBOOK:You can post this to your facebook wall and forward this message to your facebook friends. Let’s spread the word!! 😀

-Kitling Alarid

When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.”
– Matthew 9:36-38

The Census and Poverty Meeting will educate guests about local poverty and how the census can help. Christopher Welch, Chairman of the Complete Census Count for Taney & Stone Counties will be speaking and answering questions about the local poverty and importance of census.

Information on Census & Poverty Meeting PDF file:

MCKPassion is a proud supporter and host for the meeting. MCKPassion students see this meeting as an opportunity to use their resources and gifts and talents to serve the poor. By bringing awareness about local poverty to their campus, MCK believes more students will decide to do something to help and make a lasting change in our community.
Special thanks to The Keeter Center for Character Education for making this meeting possible and for assisting MCK students’s efforts to raise awareness, educate, and bring students to action on campus.

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