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Jay Kreimer

Jay Kreimer

Saturday, 29 September 2012 16:35


Sunday, 23 September 2012 10:58

Reach Out Lakota

Reach Out Lakota provides the local community with food, clothing, personal care items, school supplies, and household goods.

Sunday, 23 September 2012 10:58

Haven House

Haven House is the only shelter in our area that can accommodate complete families. Located at 550 High St. in Hamilton, it serves two meals a day to 30+ residents. Lord of Life supports this ministry with food from our garden as well as other donations of food and clothing.

Sunday, 23 September 2012 10:55

Faith Alliance Summer Lunch Program

The Summer Lunch Program is a joint project of the Lakota Child Nutrition Department, the USDA, Mission Possible, the Faith Alliance, and Butler County Success.  School buses are converted to food buses to provide meals for local children at seven locations throughout the community.

Sunday, 23 September 2012 10:53

Feed the Need

Together, with the Faith Alliance of Butler Country, Lord of Life distributes grocery bags to the congregation to fill with nonperishable items. 

Friday, 21 September 2012 07:57


Tuesday, 21 August 2012 07:45


Monday, 06 August 2012 07:38


Tuesday, 12 June 2012 08:38


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  • VEIL Ministry Needs

    Our diaper drawer is completely full! Many thanks to those who have contributed to our Mothers’ Ministry program! There still exists a need for:

    — Baby Wipes (especially refills in soft plastic packages)

    — 100% Juice boxes

    — Tampons (plastic only)

    — Feminine pads (THIN Regular and THIN Overnight)

    Please place your items in the VEIL Office.

    A very easy way to help support VEIL: If you shop at Kroger, please sign up with their Community Rewards program & choose VEIL as the group you’d like to support. Our number is 29572. A percentage of all that you spend at Kroger is given to the mission church. Last quarter, VEIL received almost $100 from this program. Please consider signing up.

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  • VEIL Summer Reading Program

     summer reading

    Wednesdays, 10 am - 2 pm
    Sundays, 2 pm - 4 pm
    beginning June 6th
    in the Fellowship Hall

    The summer reading program provides an opportunity for students to keep their skills sharp over the summer as well as providing enrichment in a topic. Research established that, without enrichment, during the summer months, children lose 50% - 85% of what they learned the previous academic year. This summer’s theme is the Human Body! The lessons will be introduced on Wednesdays. Sundays will provide an enrichment lesson. Please consider volunteering during the summer. Are all welcome, including high school and college students. No Spanish required. Join us as you are able.

    The program provides lunch on Wednesdays. We also need volunteers to host the Wednesday lunches. Please consider making a lunch for the children on Wednesdays. You can sign up online to provide lunch.

    photo courtesy of Ben White, unsplash.com

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