Christ Church Cathedral

Ingathering:
Second Sundays

The second Sunday of every month at Christ Church Cathedral is dedicated to collecting specific items designated to benefit the Plumb Line Ministry, Episcopal Retirement Homes, the youth group blessing bags for the homeless, and Churches Active in Northside (CAIN). You can help make these ingatherings a huge success by bringing in noted items listed below each month. Please place your donations in the red wagon located in the narthex. If we all work as one body in Christ, we have the power to help those less fortunate then ourselves.

 

2016-17 Collection Schedule

 

September 11
Myrtle Marshall Food Drive
Needed: Peanut butter, jelly

 

October 9
Macaroni Sunday
Needed: Pasta, tomato sauce, macaroni and cheese

 

November 13
Youth group blessing bags for the homeless
Needed: Socks, Chapstick, handwarmers, peanut butter crackers, travel size Kleenex

 

December 11
Episcopal Retirement Homes
Needed: Giving Tree presents

 

February 12
Soup-er Bowl Sunday
Needed: Soup, crackers

 

March 12
Churches Active in Northside (CAIN)
Needed: Laundry detergent, dryer sheets

 

April 9
Plumb Line Ministry
Needed: Canned meat (tuna, chicken, ham)

 

May 14
CAIN: Help a Mother Out
Needed: Diapers, wipes, diaper cream

 

For more information, contact Beth Mendez.

United Thank Offering Blue Box

“Every generous act of giving …  is from (God) …”  JAMES 1:17.

 

UTO BoxStart a new daily spiritual practice of counting your daily blessings by picking up one of the United Thank Offering Blue Box in the kiosk near the church reception area. Then notice the good things that happen each day. Give thanks to our wonderful God for these blessings by dropping coins or dollars as an offering in the Blue Box. Your blessings then become blessings for others.

 

The offering boxes are collected in May and October during Sunday liturgies. All monies received by the United Thank Offering are granted to God’s mission in the U.S. and throughout the world. If you have questions, contact Kathy Mank.