Here are some of the various ways we at Mosaic reach out to our community and beyond.
The United Methodist Women put together 50 Thanksgiving meals to be given away, and 23 Warm and Fuzzy Blessing Bags to be given to random people seen around the community that could use a warm scarf, hat, gloves and personal care items.
Three Dollar Blessing
Each week, a special $3 offering is collected to be given to someone or organization in need of a special blessing.
The Welcome Table, sponsored by Briargate Presbyterian Church
Mosaic volunteers help support a free dinner on Tuesday evenings for anyone in the community at Briargate Presbyterian Church.
Community Thanksgiving Meal
Each year, Mosaic UMC offers a traditional Thanksgiving meal for free to anyone who would like to come! *This year due to the COVID virus, we will not be able to enjoy sharing or meal together in person, but we will be giving out food items to take home and prepare.
On one Saturday in October, we have live music, a bounce house, food, vendors, an awesome silent auction, Granny’s Attic yard sale, along with many other fall community attractions.
If you’re interested in a booth at the Market, please please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
United Methodist Mountain Mission.
The United Methodist Mountain Mission has been serving the people of eastern Kentucky since 1943. They have 8 opportunity stores in Kentucky that are located in Barbourville, Irvine, Harlan, Hazard, Jackson, Pineville, West Liberty, and Burkesville.
The United Methodist Mountain Mission has trucks that travel to churches in Ohio, Tennessee, Illinois, Indiana, Pennsylvania and throughout Kentucky to pick up donated items. With the help of supporters, Mountain Mission is able to provide gently used clothing and household items at a reasonable price.
For more information, please go to https://www.methodistmountainmission.org/
Southwest Community Ministries in Louisville
Southwest Community Ministries is a faith-based community assistance organization located in Louisville, Kentucky.
For more information, please go to https://southwestcommunityministries.org/
The Nar-Anon Family Groups are a worldwide fellowship for those affected by someone else’s addiction. As a twelve-step program, we offer help by sharing our experience, strength, and hope.