Rise Against Hunger is an international hunger relief organization that distributes food and life-changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable, mobilizing the necessary resources to end hunger by 2030. At our church in Englewood we participate in its missions by raising funds and hosting meal packaging events. Jobs for all ages and abilities make this well-suited for participation from everyone in the church and community.
Collect your loose change throughout the month and then bring it to worship on the last Sunday of the month so that we can share out of our abundance with others in need. Each month we designate one of our missions as the recipient for the Mug Dump.
Non-perishable food items, toiletries, soup labels, box tops, eyeglasses, cell phones, pop tabs, clothing and household items are all accepted at any time and distributed to appropriate persons or organizations.
We partner with St. Paul's UMC on the East side of Dayton to provide free meals to anyone who is hungry. We send teams every other month (odd months) to join this important ministry in the city of Dayton.
The United Methodist Committee on Relief is a non-profit organization dedicated to alleviating human suffering around the globe. UMCOR's work reaches people in more than 80 countries, including the United States. Church apportionments underwrite all administrative costs so that 100% of monies designated for UMCOR go directly to relief efforts. Supplies are collected at different times during the year for hygiene kits, cleaning bucket kits and school bag kits. We also send a mission team to UMCOR's Sager Brown Depot each year to assist in preparing supplies for disaster relief.
Human Relations Day, One Great Hour of Sharing, Native American Ministries Sunday, Peace with Justice Sunday, World Communion Sunday, United Methodist Student Day
We support Northmont F.I.S.H. with collections throughout the year. F.I.S.H. serves the Northmont Community with food distribution and holiday gifts.
Join us for a soup and salad lunch with proceeds benefitting the hungry and homeless in the Miami Valley each year on Super Bowl Sunday.
Malaria is transmitted by the Anopheles mosquito, and can result in anemia, coma and death if left untreated. Although malaria, a disease of poverty, is preventable, every year it kills 700,000 people, mostly children and pregnant women in sub-Saharan Africa. United Methodists are part of a worldwide effort to eradicate this disease by the year 2015.