Mission in Manchester: Volunteer during AC 2015

June 09, 2015

Want to help change the world – or at least Manchester, NH? 

Want to meet new friends and experience being the Church outside of church walls? 
Want to make a difference as a part of God’s kingdom on earth? 

As our 2015 Annual Conference focuses on the membership vows of witness and service, we will have an opportunity to serve the community while we are gathered in Manchester, NH. 

Whether you are attending session or just live in or near Manchester, you are invited to join one of several mission projects planned for Thursday, June 18, as part of United Methodists in Mission with our Neighbors in Manchester.

The mission work will take place from 8:30 a.m. to noon at five sites located within yards or minutes of the Radisson Hotel Downtown, where the AC session will be held.

We are seeking volunteers to help at the following locations; click the link to fill out the registration form for that project.

Click here to see specific times, locations and further details

1269 Café – Food Cupboard/Grocery Store - Maximum number of volunteers reached for this project. Thank you! Sign up for one of the projects below.

Activa Tree Christian Preschool, a ministry of First UMC in Manchester – Volunteers will be doing "spring cleaning" – cleaning, washing, and organizing the space.

First UMC – make sandwiches for Annual Conference sack lunches – Volunteers will be helping prepare/package lunches.

New Hampshire Food Bank  – Volunteers will be checking the frozen meat and food donations for any signs of contamination or damaged packaging. Requires lifting 40 pounds.Closed-toe shoes required; no tank tops or shorts.

New Horizons for New Hampshire, advocates for the homeless – Volunteers will be sorting toiletries, food and clothing donations.Maximum number of volunteers reached for this project. Thank you! Sign up for one of the projects above.

Space is limited, so sign up today. Volunteers will get a free T-shirt!

Don't miss out on this opportunity to be the living and loving presence of Christ through The United Methodist Church and our New England Conference.