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Sign up for The Fall Mission Trip to Blue Ridge, GA
We’re making our third trip to Blue Ridge, GA to work with Habitat for Humanity and help out our neighbors in that part of the state, Wednesday Nov. 1-Saturday Nov. 4. Cost is $100. Deadline for registration is Sunday, October 1. For more info, please contact Florence and Jeff Milway at ffmilway@gmail.com.

 


Rainbow Village Volunteer Needs & Opportunities
Urgent Need:  Crib Sheets
The Early Childhood Development Center enrollment is growing!  
Crib Sheets needed for napping babies and kids!   
If you are able to assist, please contact Michelle Alcorn, Community Engagement Director at malcorn@rainbowvillage.org

There are also numerous opportunities to share your gifts at Rainbow Village. Click on this link to find out how you can bring light and hope to Duluth families and neighbors:
http://rainbowvillage.org/volunteer/

 


The Soul Project Shoe CollectionSundays August 13, 20 and 27
For the third year in a row, we’ll be collecting new and gently used shoes (no holes or tears) for The Soul Project which distributes thousands of shoes to children and adults in Africa and other countries. The Soul Project seeks to provide hope and help erase the memories of children who have been injured, ill or crippled due to walking barefoot on the harsh terrain that is full of sharp rocks and stones which can make even a simple cut on the foot susceptible to preventable diseases and parasitic infections.

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Highlights from Sunday July 19 Worship & Sermon

During his Sunday July 19 sermon “Collaborative Caring” (which focused on PHPC’s mission ministry as part of the church’s 30th Anniversary), Dr. Dave Fry invited friends of Rainbow Village to share about the remarkable ministry and partnership with the church:

Later, Dave asked member Dave Huffman to share about the incredible World Relief Refugee Ministry. Since 2011, PHPC has welcomed 30 refugees from Burma and helped them settle into life in Duluth and the U.S.

The video concludes with final thoughts from Dave Fry on the importance of a collaborative caring economy that is done in the context of faith and mission: