Make a Difference Day (MAD). This is a day we dedicate to community members who are in need of a hand around the house or outside. It is held in Spring at different dates and locations. Please check our website for the up coming calendar date.
Projects have included power washing, windows, painting, raking leaves or making minor home repairs. In addition, we can assist in home cleaning and organizing.
There are many projects limited only by the number of volunteers.
The Community Meal at the North Liberty Living Center is Saturday, October 17. Volunteers are needed to serve and/or donate food and to visit with the seniors. Meat dishes, vegetable dishes, and dessert dishes are needed for this meal.
To volunteer or donate contact Laura Bibby at 319-331-3866 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. When contacting Laura by email, please include the type of food dish you can donate or which type of volunteering suits you better.
Thank you so much in advance for your willingness to make a difference in the lives of our seniors!
The next Community Meal is Saturday, August 22 at 12:00 pm.
Volunteers are needed to help serve, provide a main dish, vegetable dish, fruit dish or dessert.
To help contact Laura Bibby at 319-331-3866 or email@example.com
First United Methodist Church North Liberty is responsible for The Community Meal on June 27 at noon. The meal will be served at Meal at North Liberty Living Center. Volunteers are needed to serve the meal. Donations of food dishes are needed. Contact Laura Bibby at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the info stub in the Sunday bulletin to volunteer.
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The Community Meal is scheduled for Saturday, April 18 at noon. The meal will be held at North Liberty’s Liberty Center on Ashley Court.
Do you feel a calling to help serve our community? Are you skilled in the kitchen? Volunteers are needed to serve the meal and to provide meat or vegetable dishes and desserts.
The video in its entirety has been uploaded to Youtube. Please click on Video. Comments to the website and Facebook will be moderated. Please direct any further questions to the church office at 319-626-2762. Thank you for your interest.
The Community Forum, “How Do You Envision an Inclusive North Liberty?” on February 17 from 7 to 8:30 pm
We are in need of people to greet our guests.
We also need cookies or bars for snacking.
Please sign up on the info stub during worship services or call the church office at 319-626-2762.
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El Foro de la comunidad, “¿Cómo imaginas un Inclusive North Liberty?”, El 17 de febrero a partir de 7 a 8:30 pm
Por favor ingresa en la información de los talones durante los servicios de adoración o llame a la oficina de la iglesia al 319-626-2762.
The First United Methodist Church of North Liberty is sponsoring a community forum to explore race relations in North Liberty. Mark your calendars and plan to attend on Tuesday February 17, 2015 from 7:00 to 8:30 pm at the church, 85 North Jones Boulevard, North Liberty, IA 52317. A panel comprised of four community leaders will each take 5-7 minutes and answer the question: How do we envision an inclusive North Liberty? Additional guests will be available to facilitate the discussion. The guests come from various walks of life: the city, business, educational, religious and community leaders. The community leaders, invited guests and the public will have the opportunity for an open discussion of race relations.
Thank you to the planning team for organizing this Community Forum
Aldine Bell, Michael Garvin, Dave Jansen, Lyle Muller, Omar Paz and Alecia Williams.
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La Primera Iglesia Metodista Unida de North Liberty está patrocinando un foro de la comunidad para explorar las relaciones raciales en North Liberty. Marque su calendario y haga planes para asistir el martes 17 de febrero 2015 7:00-20:30 en la iglesia, 85 North Jones Boulevard, North Liberty, IA 52317. Un panel compuesto por cuatro líderes de la comunidad cada tarde 5-7 minutos y responder a la pregunta: ¿Cómo nos imaginamos una sociedad inclusiva North Liberty? Los huéspedes adicionales estarán disponibles para facilitar la discusión. Los huéspedes vienen de diversos ámbitos de la vida: la ciudad, los negocios, los líderes religiosos y de la comunidad educativa. Los líderes de la comunidad, los huéspedes invitados y el público tendrán la oportunidad para una discusión abierta de las relaciones raciales.
Gracias a todo el equipo de planificación para la organización de este Foro de la Comunidad
Aldine Bell, Michael Garvin, Dave Jansen, Lyle Muller, Omar Paz y Alecia Williams.
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