The Springfield Rescue Mission Board and staff invite the Grace Lutheran Church West Springfield community to the 2014 graduation Ceremony of the Men’s New Life Rehabilitation Program.
Date: Tuesday, May 6
Time: 7:00 PM
Place: Pioneer Valley Christian School, 965 Plumtree Road, Springfield
This is an open invitation to attend a wonderful night of testimonies, music and evidence of God’s hand of salvation and transformation on the lives of the men in our programs!
For more information contact Julie Barnes, 413-732-0808, email@example.com
Grace Lutheran Church West Springfield invites congregation members and the public to join its School of Lay Ministry during their table talks on Sunday, January 22, 2012, as the kickoff for the Mission Education Series starts with special talk by the Springfield Rescue Mission.
Staff from the Springfield Rescue Mission will be here at 10:45 a.m. to talk about what it does in the greater Springfield area. Weather permitting, it will be followed by a tour of the Springfield Rescue Missions facilities on Bliss St. For carpooling reasons, please sign up in Jung Hall for this event and indicate if you would need a ride or if you are available to take people to the tour.
Please see Ryan Lynch, Carol Goulet or Karen Blanchard if you have any questions.
Grace Lutheran Church West Springfield is looking for one more volunteer to participate in April’s Operation Sonshine event this Saturday, April 17, 2010, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The opportunity involves delivering and serving meals to the hungry at the Springfield Rescue Mission.
For more information or to sign up, email Victoria.
Grace Lutheran Church West Springfield will once again participate in Operation Sonshine March 20, 2010, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The effort involved delivering and serving meals to the hungry at the Springfield Rescue Mission.
For more information, contact the church office.
Beginning this Sunday, Oct. 18, through Sunday, Nov. 8, Grace Lutheran Church West Springfield will conduct its annual collection of new t-shirts, underwear and socks for mon, women and children on behalf of the Springfield Rescue Mission. All sizes are needed, especially men’s medium, large and up to 3XL.
Help the Springfield Rescue Mission reach out to needy children by collecting and donating new backpacks and school supplies. Last year, the Springfield Rescue Mission handed out 518 filled backpacks, and hopes to reach that number again this year.
Supplies needed include:
- pencil cases
- plastic rulers
- colored pencils
- composition notebooks
- notebook paper
- memo pads
- pocket folders
- small tissue packs
Donations can be dropped off at the Springfield Rescue Mission, 19 Bliss Street, by Aug. 16th.
Grace Lutheran Church West Springfield thanks all those who participated in Operation Hope Tote. During the month of March, the church community collected more than 400 personal items — including toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, deodorant and razors and more — to assist the Springfield Rescue Mission.
These items have been distributed in filled bags to the poor and homeless during the Easter season, allowing people to clean up on the outside and know inside that someone, somewhere cares about them. The items had a total estimated value of $830.00. Grace Lutheran Church West Springfield again thanks all those who donated their time, talent and items for this special effort.