The Holy Nativity Lutheran Church in Rosedale, Maryland, offers a range of programs to help with social needs, such as the Holy Nativity food pantry. The “& in Witness &” campaign is part of the Synod of the Missouri Lutheran Church's ministry and highlights two different elements. There are several ways to continue donating to ministries, with salaries representing 26% of the expenses that Grace Lutheran Church still has. If you're looking for a way to help people in need, Lutheran Disaster Response (ELCA) provides God's hope, healing, and renewal to those whose lives have been disrupted by disasters in the US and around the world.
The 60 x 80-inch Mission quilts are covered with warm wadding purchased from Oklee Quilting Company in Oklee, Oklahoma, and paid for by First Lutheran. Unfinished bundles of cloth or bedspreads can be left in the wooden waste bin in the church lobby. If necessary, to deliver it before Saturday, be sure to call the church office to ensure access to the building before marking the food with your name and “soup kitchen” to be left in the kitchen refrigerator near the social room. The Holy Nativity Lutheran Church in Rosedale, Maryland, provides a variety of outreach programs to assist those in need.
From donating to ministries and salaries to providing God's hope and healing through Lutheran Disaster Response (ELCA), there are many ways to help those affected by disasters. The Mission quilts are covered with warm wadding purchased from Oklee Quilting Company and can be donated through leaving unfinished bundles of cloth or bedspreads in the wooden waste bin at the church lobby. Donations can also be made by calling the church office before Saturday.