Our goal for the day:

Preparing and painting bathroom stalls and deep cleaning kitchen, deep cleaning and waxing/sealing floors in the fellowship hall area. Also to group together to plant, weed and mulch in garden area.

People and congregations coming together to help begin on our new hope center in Atlantic City.
This is the time and we are the people- together!

Pastor Brian Roberts, our District Superintendent is inviting up to 25 people from several or many Cape Atlantic Congregations to join him on Thursday May 31 for the initial Cape Atlantic Hope Center Work Day! There will be four teams of 6 people each to paint bathrooms stalls and heaters, deep clean the kitchen, clean and wax the fellowship hall floor, and plant/landscape in the raised garden area in front of the Community Development Center. You may sign up individually or with a group from your congregation. Click here to sign up.
 
Thanks to all the congregations that feed regularly at Asbury-AC. The Asbury Community Development Center will be the new “basecamp” or hub for ministry that flows through three of our Atlantic City congregations-Venice Park, Hamilton Memorial and Asbury. There will be a Fall work day scheduled and stay tuned for information on how you might help with the Community Garden at Hamilton Memorial.
 
The AC Hope Center is the site of the Cisco Network Training (providing people with the training to be certified in computer networking) and summer STEM program. There is a need for a new industrial gas stove in the kitchen, electrical work needed in the computer lab and kitchen and some masonry work done-More information will follow. 
 
Thank you for prayerfully considering signing up for May 31 or ways your congregation can step up to serve or join with other congregation(s) to serve lunch Saturdays or help with needed items or work.

For questions please contact our Southern Region Administrator Jennifer Creran at jcreran@gnjumc.org or Rev. William Williams at pastorwilliamwilliams@gmail.com

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