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The Outreach team is looking for people who have a desire to serve others by visiting shut ins, getting involved in the community, helping those in need, and basically serving others both in and outside the church family. If you would like to be involved with this, please email Pastor Barry for more information.
Williamstown United Methodist Church reaches out to the community through various service projects:
Through our Food Pantry which feeds over 50 families,
Through our card ministry where cards are frequently sent to the sick, to the nursing homes, and to the homebound,
Through visits to the different community nursing homes and to our shut in's,
WUMC takes food to those that have a need after surgery or after the birth of a child,
Through care packages that are sent to our soldiers,
Through the Care Net program which has a baby bottle campaign to help the unwed mothers in our community,
Through our Angel Tree incentive at Christmas systems. We help provide the needs of anywhere between15-18 children,
Through school supplies that are given out each year when school starts & if possible again in January,
Through a blue ribbon program "Who I Am Makes a Difference." Ribbons are given to soldiers, to shut-ins and to our youth.
Please click here for more information about our outreach program or if you are interested in volunteering.
As part of a Community Outreach, we are working with other churches and non-profits in our area to establish 3 Blessing Boxes around the community. A Blessing Box is a box that is filled with can goods and non-perishable foods for hungry people to gather. We are in need of carpenters who can help build these boxes. For more information, speak with the Pastor. We will be having the first box dedication on May 11th at Helton Heights at 11 am.
Barry Robinson, Sr. Pastor
206 Paris Street
Williamstown, KY 41097