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Outreach Ministries

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The Bunny is Coming!!

Easter is April 12th this year – a beautiful time of the year for those of us who have enough to eat and can buy our own Easter treats!! We need your help in providing Easter Treats to the kids at Valley View Food Bank whose parents are unable to provide Easter Treats for their children. Easter Buckets will be available for STUFFING Sunday, March 15.  Please return the FILLED Easter Bucket no later than Sunday, April 5 Suggested Items…
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CancerCare – Lung Cancer Part 2

Part Two of Lung Cancer The type of treatment a patient receives for lung cancer may depend on the type of lung cancer and whether the disease has metastasized (spread) to distant body parts. The types of lung cancer and their treatments include: Small cell lung cancer: This type of lung cancer may be aggressive and may require immediate treatment. Treatments for small cell lung cancer include: Chemotherapy, Immunotherapy, Laser therapy, Radiation therapy and Surgery.  And Non-small cell lung cancer:…
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PRISM – Peoples Response In Supporting Music

Do you have musical instruments gathering dust? PRISM is a very small grass-roots group of people with a passion for music working to help equip school children with the opportunity to learn to play an instrument. They are looking for guitars, violins, flutes/recorders, brass & woodwinds, drums, keyboards, music stands, bags/cases and even music books. If you have items you’d like to donate, contact Daniel or Cherry Blue at 602-501-8185. They will pick up or arrange a drop-off.  Pastor John
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CancerCare – Lung Cancer Part 1

Lung Cancer Part One in Conjunction with Cancer Treatment Centers of America Lung cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in the United States and, by far, the leading cause of cancer deaths. According to the National Cancer Institute (NCI), more than 234,000 Americans were diagnosed with lung cancer in 2018. An estimated 154,000 Americans died from lung cancer in 2018, more than three times more than colorectal cancer, the next most deadly cancer, according to the…
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Cancer – Now What?

Cancer Support Group Starts October 21 The Cancer Support Group will begin meeting each Monday in the Conference Room at 11 am till Noon.  The co-facilitators are Jackie Mobed, R.N. and Betty Stewart.  We will use the book Cancer – Now What? by Kenneth C. Haugk, PhD.  This class is OPEN to anyone whose life has been touched by cancer. If you have cancer, had cancer, are caring for someone who has cancer or you may have cancer , this…
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Assisted Activities for Your Loved One

Assisted Activities Doc’s Hangout provides a great time of fun and fellowship for your loved ones who require a bit of supervision and guidance to be able to participate in this weekly two hour program. The workers in this ministry love the participants, and they love to involve them in a variety of games, crafts, music, and snacks.  The two hours go by fast and they meet from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm every Friday in Fellowship Hall.           Give your…
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PALS – February 4TH

Plans were created to introduce the sheet using a skit at TNT on February 21. The focus of the skit will be our need for volunteers to provide transportation mostly for people with no way to get to and from doctor’s appointments.
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Memory Loss Group

There is a group that meets most Fridays in Fellowship Hall that would love to meet you. We enjoy games, jokes, and simple activities for an hour and then have lunch together.
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Pals meeting

January 7, 2019 Present: Barbara Littlejohn, Jerry & Marva Fife, Kathe Wilson, Jan & Brian Baker, Maggie Atterbury, Susan Briner, Judy Bell, Eileen Pike, Ross Parrott, and Linda De Atley. Discussion: The meeting centered around getting the word out about services the network of PALS provides and attracting new volunteers to help out on short-term assignments. Suggestions included: Skits (live and videotaped for services & TNT), Personal Witness from volunteers and recipients of services (separately and jointly), Print material (Marva…
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P.A.L.S. – Update

Estate Sale We completed another successful Estate Sale that grossed over $1,300. Considering this was a small sale it was a success as well as we all had a lot of fun working together. We appreciate the opportunity to assist with this endeavor and appreciate your trust in us. Thank you for letting us serve you! A big appreciate goes to Joyce and Arlan Steen, Joyce Hughes, Eileen Pike, Bluette Hendricksen, Toni Adema and Suellen Dolson. You all made my…
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Support Habitat for Humanity

Lakeview UMC Drive to Support Habitat for Humanity: “…Homes, Communities, Hope….  We build so children can have healthy, safe homes where they can learn and grow to their full potential.” The Lakeview UMC fund drive to assist in purchase of building supplies for Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona will be closing on November 4.  The “House Bank” collection boxes will be available in the entry hall of the church and at all three church services on November 4th.  An additional…
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Valley View Food Bank

Valley View Food Bank needs your help! Summer is a very difficult time for the food bank.  Fewer volunteers and fewer donations.  If you would like to donate to the food bank, you may use the Mission envelopes located in the pews and indicate “Food Bank” on the outside.  You may place them in the collection plate.  This money will be sent directly to the Valley View Food Bank.
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