Rev. Miriam Nicholson - Community minded Lutheran church housing Messiah Day Care and Nursery School
   (Pick a Project - Be Involved!)

1. Lutheran World Relief Kits: 
***These will need to be brought to church by the beginning of October for Lutheran World Relief Ingathering.
1. Fabric Kits








2.School Kits








3. Personal Care Kits  *This year Messiah is to collect about 2,700 bars of soap as our part of Perry Synod's 1,000 Personal Care Kits that we make together.










4. Baby Care Kits










5. Quilts (60" x 80" only)










6. Fleece Tied Blankets (60" x 80")










7. New soap (4-5 oz. size preferred)  









***Specific directions and materials lists are online at lwr.org.  You will need to follow the directions carefully so all kits can be accepted and sent to those in need.

8 . The Synodical Unit of Women of the ELCA accepts other sized quilts:  Babies - 36" x 36", Crib - 40" x 48", Lap Robes - 40" x 48", Single Bed Quilts - 72" x 54".  See Carolyn Reeder for further information.

9.Perry County Food Bank  


(Requested items):
Peanut Butter (16-18 oz.)
Jelly or jam
Pasta
Spaghetti Sauce
Macaroni and cheese
Juice and juice boxes
Dry milk
Vegetable oil
Vegetable oil spray
Helpers—hamburger, chicken, tuna
Canned pasta meals—ravioli, spaghetti, etc.
Pancake mix
Bisquick
Pancake syrup
Ketchup and mustard
Mayonnaise
Powdered drink mixes
Canned chicken, tuna, or beef stew
Instant potatoes; rice mixes
Canned vegetables
Canned fruit and fruit cups
Muffin, cake, bread mixes
Breakfast cereals
Instant oatmeal
Canned milk
Applesauce
Flour; sugar; brown sugar
Pudding or Jell-O
Cookies or cookie mix
 Saltine crackers; snack crackers
Salt, pepper
Popcorn 
Cleaning/Paper Products Toilet Paper
Paper Towels
Bleach
Dish Washing Detergent
Laundry Detergent 

10. Join Hands 




Most needed items are adult and children 
socks and underwear.










11. Plastic Mats for the Homeless -  Needed are folks to collect, cut, and crochet used plastic shopping bags.  At this time, they are asking that you hang on to any plastic bags as the supply of bags has been more than they can keep up with.  See Carolyn Reeder or Barb Woods as to how you could help.
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