We are collecting items for Crisis Care Kits.
The last day to bring items in Sunday, May 23rd. Our EVNaz teens will be assembly the kits after church on that day.
The highlighted items are the ones in most need.
Your generosity makes an incredible difference!
2-gallon OR 2.5 gallon plastic Ziploc bags.
Each bag consists of the following: (only the following items & quantities are allowed in each bag due to customs)…
1 shampoo 12-18 oz. (tape flip-tops closed)
2 bars of soap (bath size or larger)
1 medium toothpaste 4-6.4 oz
3 toothbrushes (in original package) or 1 package with 3 toothbrushes in original packaging
1 box of Band-Aids (30 or more)
1 fingernail clipper (clipper only, no files or emery boards)
1 sturdy hair comb
2 Hand towels (size about 15” by 30”)
4 pocket size packages of facial tissue
1 Beanie Baby sized stuffed toy
Whatever you can bring is helpful! Please place your
donations in the grocery cart in the back of the church.
Monetary donations can also be given if you would like someone else to do the shopping for you or it will be used for the storage and shipping fees we need to send with each box. Just mark your gift "Crisis Kits" and put in the offering box on Sunday or give online.
Saturday, May 22nd
Time: 7 am - 9 am
World Vision Global 6K for Water
Red Mountain Park
6K (3.7 miles) is the average distance a person in a developing world has to walk to find water - water that is often not safe to drink or wash their hands with.
THIS SPRING, CHANGE A LIFE. Join thousands of people across the globe in our mission to bring life-changing clean water and fullness of life to children in communities around the world.
Walk, run, or push a stroller with us at the World Vision Global 6K for Water. Each registration provides lasting clean water to a child, like the child on your race bib!
We will start at the Roadrunner Ramada (see map here) on the east side of the park.
If you have signed up to help, please arrive at 6:30 am.
Please let us know if you plan to help or spectate. Chick-fil-a at Power and McKellips is donating food and we need to let them know how many we expect.
Contact Liz Zambrano or Pastor Lynnette Buck for more information.
United Food Bank Canned Food Drive Runs Until June 6th
Canned Fruits and Vegetables
Dried or Canned Beans
Canned Tuna or Chicken
Whole-Grain Rice or Pasta
Please, no glass jars, baby food, or opened food.
Healthy bodies and minds require nutritious meals to thrive! When choosing items to donate to canned food drives, please keep nutrition in mind to help ensure the good health of those in need!
Wednesday, July 7th
Time: 6 pm - 8 pm
United Food Bank Volunteer Opportunity
1 in 4 kids in Arizona are at risk of going to bed hungry.
1 in 6 Arizonans and 1 in 7 seniors struggle with hunger in our community.
United Food Bank provides over 1.5 Million pounds of food each month to a network of Partner Agencies.
United Food Bank provides over 60,000 meals daily in the East Valley and eastern Arizona.
United Food Bank we relies on volunteers like you to help provide food for Arizona families facing hunger.
Join us for a fun and rewarding experience as we turn up some music and get to work! In just one volunteer shift, you can help feed thousands of people in your community by:
Sorting and boxing food donations
Building emergency food bags
Serving families at our food distributions
To ensure everyone’s safety and social distancing, please be aware:
Volunteers must wear masks and closed-toed shoes.
WATCH FOR DETAILS!
EVNAZ Food Pantry Needs
Emergency food boxes/bags are available for those in our area in need. Each box/bag consists of enough food for 2-3 days.
Please contact the church office at 480-986-1587 x 700 for a box/bags.
Hope Women's Center in Apache Junction
The Hope Women's Center Helps Women Realize Their Potential! They offer a holistic approach to the hurts of life by addressing each facet of a woman and providing her with tools and resources to discover her true value and worth.
We are collecting items to help the women and children that they serve!
Adult Mission Lessons
Join Marie Scoville on the second Wednesdays of each month at 7 pm during Adult Prayer Meeting to learn what God is doing around the world and how you can be a part of it!
This is in-person and online!