Stop by and say "hi" to Jerry Woods, Producer Spencer, and Jitesh on Friday as they collect toys and clothes for the thousands of underprivileged kids in our area.
They'll be hanging out at the Walmart in Laurel between 3-7pm, and you can drop off the clothes and toys (or purchase them right on site at Walmart) and put into our donation boxes that will be distributed through the Salvation Army's Angel Tree Project.
And if you can't make it, you can also drop off your gifts at any local Salvation Army Corps office.
*Please remember to bring all toys and gifts unwrapped
Most popular toys:
- Barbie Dolls
- JoJo Siwa accessories
- Paw Patrol toys
- WWE Wrestling rings and championship belts
- Action figures
- Black Panther action toys
- mp3 players
- Learning devices/educational
- arts and crafts
- Legos (all ages)
We also will be accepting new kids coats, shoes, etc.
You're invited to be a part of this vibrant worship experience. Oakdale Church is excited to bring you the Watoto Children’s Choir performing their brand new album, “We Will Go”. As the children share their personal stories and present live worship music from Uganda, you’ll see firsthand the power of God’s love transforming lives around the world.share
Minority Christian Women Entrepreneurs Network (MCWEN) meets every third Friday of each month. We invite you to come network, share and collaborate with like-minded Christian women entrepreneurs. Come be a part of a community where faith and business intersect. We look forward to seeing you! Details and registration at http://mocomcwen.eventbrite.comshare
Come to help us outreach to many soldiers overseas during the Christmas holiday. We want you to come out and show you care. We need Christmas cards, gift cards and letter drop off. We are sending these amazing soldiers; cards, letters, and pictures of families that are thinking of them while they are protecting our freedoms. Bring your whole family, and drop off your letters, or write a card at our event. If families would like to donate items for these soldiers overseas they can do so as well. We are looking for donations and gift cards to fill these boxes for our soldiers before Christmas. Donations needed: FOOD * Single servings of canned fruit (You can theme your whole package around fruit!) * Single servings of canned veggies * Beef jerky * Peanut butter * Jelly * Marshmallow creme * Oreos, Nutter Butters– you know, the cookies that could outlast a nuclear winter * Cake in a jar * Cookies (Use a vacuum sealer, and you’re golden!) * Brownies (Ditto about the vacuum sealer!) * Single-serving tuna packets * Tuna lunch kits * Dried fruit * Nuts * Granola bars (Try this recipe!) * Loose granola * Homemade nut mixes (Try this recipe!) * Crackers * Cracker sandwiches * 100 calorie snacks * Gum (the kind in blister packs keep better!) * Mints * Hard candy like Lifesavers or Werther’s * Sunflower seeds * Cereal bars * Trail mix * Popcorn * Healthy bars (protein, power, nutrition) like Clif Bars, Luna Bars, LARA Bars, etc. * Ramen noodles * Mac ‘n’ cheese in a cup * Ravioli, Spaghetti-O’s, etc. * Salt and pepper (packets or the shakers– you know what your recipient needs!) * Seasoned salt * Packets of ketchup, mustard, relish, mayo, etc. (Send these in a sealed Ziploc bag!) * Seasoning packets (ranch, Italian, etc.) * Spices * Dried herbs * Fruit snacks/fruit leather * Coffee * Packets of powdered coffee creamer * Packets of sugar/sugar substitutes * Single-serving 0 calorie drink mixes * Liquid drink and tea mixes (Mio, Lipton’s, etc.) * Sports drink mixes * Hot chocolate mix * Tea bags * Lemonade mix * Kool-Aid packets * Protein powder * Tang * Iced tea mix * Salsa * Instant oatmeal * Pretzels * Pita chips * Popcorn chips * Cereal * Baked Goodies just make sure they are sealed up very good SELF-CARE/BEAUTY SUPPLIES * Body wash * Band-Aids * Athlete’s foot powers, ointments, or creams * Gold Bond * Tums * Aspirin/Ibuprofen * DayQuil/NyQuil * Odor Eaters * Floss * Toothbrushes * Toothpaste * Mouthwash * Hand/face lotion * Nail clippers * Nail file/emery board * Deodorant * Razors (handles and blades) * Tissues * On-the-go toothbrush products * Shampoo * Face wash * Conditioner * Baby wipes * Eye drops * Contact solution * Hand-sanitizing wipes * Liquid hand sanitizers * Insect repellent * Lip balm * Chapstick * Bag balm * Sunblock * Q-tips * Lozenges * Hand towel * Full-sized towel * Shower puff * Pumice stone * Washcloth * Feminine care products PERSONAL ITEMS * Physical pictures * USB drive with photos and videos * Small photo album (Or try your hand at a photo-a-day journal!) * Encouragement book * Letters/notes * To-go insulated coffee mug * Envelopes * Journals * Notebooks * Writing utensils * Pencil sharpeners * Stationary * Tablets * Hand/feet warmers * Hot water bottle * Sunglasses * Gift cards * Calendar (You could make your own!) * A set of sturdy, reusable, plastic cutlery * Small packets of washing detergent * Flashlights * Desk fan * Mesh laundry bag * Devotional ENTERTAINMENT/ATHLETICS * Batteries * Tennis balls * Hacky sacks * DVDs * Card games * Puzzles * Sudoku/Crossword/Puzzle books * Book light * Books * Magazines * Newspapers * Sneakers * Other sports equipment * Cotton socks * Under Armor * Nerf balls/frisbees * Headphones If you would like to donate items or for more information please contact : Facebook- @christina.cruzpagan Facebook- @FFTHelpingOthers Facebook- @queenofmortgagesshare
Annual Fried Oyster and Ham Dinner, with home made potato salad, green beans, turnips.share
Every town, city, and county in Maryland needs to have a prayer observance on the National Day of Prayer. This is what we must ensure. This is what we must advance. This is what we must strategize toward. The regional meeting is designed to engage all who are interested in advancing a strategy of prayer for Maryland. We will be talking about prayer concerns for your local community, your region (Western and Central Maryland), your state, and our nation. We believe there is a way that every church, business, school, jail/prison, and shelter can have a prayer observance in Maryland on the National Day of Prayer. Plan now to make this happen wherever you are on Thursday, May 2, 2019. Maryland Needs Prayer. Maryland Needs You. Order your tickets now to attend the Maryland National Day of Prayer Regional Meeting. Individual reservations are $20.00. Reservations can also be made by mail. You can download a tear-off form at http://nationaldayofprayer-md.org/meeting. Make your check payable to "NDP" and mail to: National Day of Prayer Frederick, P.O. Box 3287, Frederick, MD 21705. Deadline for reservations is Monday, November 12th. For Regional Meeting updates: Follow us on Facebook / NationalDayofPrayerMaryland We look forward to seeing you at this inspiring event!share
Join the Marriage Resource Center of Frederick County for an evening celebrating families! Learn why families still matter and how you can create an enduring legacy working hand in hand with the Marriage Resource Center. Come and be inspired by our special guest, Julie Gaver, on Saturday, November 17, 2018. Julie was recently named one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women of 2017. The author of the Must Love Shoes books and founder of Soles of Love in the Garden, Julie will reignite your positive passions for each other.share
Purpose: To share what one has overcome by sharing their real, raw, and relevant testimonies of God’s faithfulness to them and how he made a way of escape to deliver, heal, and set them free. “Blessed are they that keep his testimonies, and that seek him with the whole heart.” Psalms 119:2 KJVshare
Annual holiday tradition. Fun for the whole family. Come visit Vendor Tables; Book Sale; Gingerbread House Decorating; Games; Children's Crafts; Gift Wrapping; Pony Rides; Bake Sale; Olie Bollen and Banket-freshly made Dutch Pastries; Attic Treasures - rooms of yard sale items. Lunch, hot and cold drinks available.share