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service and/or witness to our mission; our ministries thrive on the generosity of individual
people, and we are deeply appreciative of any support you feel called to offer.
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Read to Students in the Pumpkin Patch
Read a fall story or two to students from Seminole Heights Elementary School and Seminole Heights United Methodist Preschool. Story Time will be Tuesday-Thursday, October 11-27 at 9:00-10:00am, 10:00-11:00am, and 11:00am-12:00pm.
Reading times are not guaranteed. We will confirm with you if a class has signed up for your reading slot 48 hours in advance.
Unload Pumpkins Oct. 5
It's the best day of the year! Help us to unload a semi-truck full of pumpkins any time from 2-7pm! Students under age 18 need a parent or teacher's supervision. School service hours eligible.
Children & Youth Ministries
Children and youth ministries are in full swing, and we need volunteers to make it happen! Let us know if you would be willing to help out once per month, or a few times per year with our children and youth.
Volunteer to Sell Pumpkins!
The Seminole Heights Great Pumpkin Patch takes over our North Lawn in October! We need YOUR help to make it happen. Sign up for a shift to sell pumpkins, starting Oct. 7 - 31. Students under 18 need a parent or teacher's supervision. School service hours eligible.
Connect with Your Neighbors
Get to know your neighbors and offer a helping hand. Let your neighbors know you are there for them if they need help with picking up groceries or urgent supplies, a friendly phone call, or a prayer.
Print out twelve doorhangers to share with your twelve closest neighbors - three on each side of you and six across the street.