Outreach

Service to others has been an integral role of the United Methodist Church since its very inception. Through our connectional giving programs, we are able to reach out to those in our community, our nation and the world.

2018 Mission Projects

Savers Spring Clothing Drive

This drive provides low cost clothing for the community, support for KUMC mission/outreach projects, and a donation from Saver’s to Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Family Promise of Central Connecticut

 

Health Kits for Disaster Relief

The United Methodist Committee on Relief is one of the first organizations on the ground when disaster strikes in the U.S. and around with world. Once again we assembled Heath Kits to send to Annual Conference. Thank you to all of you who supported this mission project. You can click here to see the list of items that each kit contains.

Ongoing Projects

Berlin Food Pantry

Food needs continue through the year. Needs include: canned meat/fish, peanut butter, mayonnaise, pasta, pasta sauce, beans, soup, fruit snacks, granola bars, cereal, rice. There are lists of current needs on the table in the narthex. If you are willing to deliver items to the Food Pantry during the week, please contact Ann Hall, Melissa Ives or Char Warnke.

 

BoxTops for Education

If you happen to purchase a participating product in your regular shopping and you are not already saving for another group, be sure to clip the boxtop, bring it to church, and drop it off in the red container on the table in the narthex. There are lists of participating products on the table in the narthex underneath the red container.

Global Giving

The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) responds to natural disasters in the United States and throughout the world. 100% of donations are used for the designated project.

Local Giving

Our local church provides Thanksgiving food baskets as well as Christmas gifts and food baskets to local families in need. We also provide support to the Berlin Food Pantry as well as other local organizations, such as The Friendship Service Center and the Prudence Crandall Center.