Methodist church to hold 3 hours of service Oct. 17
NORTH LIBERTY– The North Liberty First United Methodist Church will be hosting the 3 Hours to Make A Difference service project on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 8 a.m. -4 p.m. Work teams from the First United Methodist Church will be fanning out all over North Liberty performing community service in three hour shifts. Service projects will include yard work, winter weatherization of homes, small construction jobs, and many other projects at no cost, to improve the lives of the North Liberty community.
“This is a chance for us to give back in the community and make a difference in someone’s life through our love of God,” said Bev Byram, project coordinator and church member. “This year all United Methodist Churches in our district are doing community projects on this day,” said Bev. “A primary component of the Church mission and vision is to be actively involved within the community and this is our way to do that.”
The goal is for 250 people to participate in some way. We are beginning to sign people up. Children and youth are welcome to participate with their families, as this is a way to instill the value of working with our neighbors.
For information on signing up for help or to volunteer, call the North Liberty First United Methodist Church at 626-2762.