We are officially a certified Hunger Action Congregation!

Our church is now a certified "Hunger Action Congregation!" That means we have met criteria in six different areas of providing hunger ministries and have been officially recognized by the Presbyterian Church (USA) as a church that is actively working to alleviate hunger in our community and our world. Our Hunger Action Team is to be commended for moving so quickly (they were only established a few months ago) to obtain this certification. We will be so designated for three years at which point we will have to re-certify to maintain our status. If you have not been actively involved in one of our church food ministries, we can always use your help! The simplest way to help is to give non-perishable food items (or a monetary donation) for use in our food pantry. You can directly participate by placing items in our Blessing Box on a one-time or, even better, a regular basis!

The Oneille House Restoration Project is moving along nicely!

Last October, new gables were added to the roof and new ceder wood siding was placed on the south side of the house!

Work indoors continued throughout December, including the addition of the new furnace and dry wall! Carpenter Keith Hinton also installed new windows (south side of the house).

In January, painter Kevin Decker finished adding the beautiful paint to the entire interior of the house!

The Restoration Project is on target to be completed in June! Keep up with progress by visiting The Project's Facebook page.