Dayspring Christian Church’s outreach ministry is to model Christ’s concern for people, both individually and collectively in our communities. Outreach ministries are called to deal with the needs and concerns of persons beyond the congregation, relating the ministry of the local church to the needs of the world through compassion, mercy and grace. Outreach is a bridge of opportunity to present Christ.

Jesus reveals to us in Matthew 22:36-40 the greatest and second greatest commandments –

“Teacher, which is the great commandment in the Law? And He said to him, “You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the great and foremost commandment. The second is like it, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ On these two commandments depend the whole Law and the Prophets.”

These are just a few of the many scriptures that direct us to love our neighbor as we love ourselves by caring for the poor and needy.

  • John 13:34-35
  • 1 John 3:17-18
  • Matthew 25:40
  • Luke 3:11
  • Luke 6:30
  • James 2:14

The following Outreach Ministries provide a variety of opportunities for you to serve and put your faith into action in our communities.

Dayspring Christian Church’s outreach ministry is to model Christ’s concern for people, both individually and collectively in our communities. Outreach ministries are called to deal with the needs and concerns of persons beyond the congregation, relating the ministry of the local church to the needs of the world through compassion, mercy and grace. Outreach is a bridge of opportunity to present Christ.

Jesus reveals to us in Matthew 22:36-40 the greatest and second greatest commandments –

“Teacher, which is the great commandment in the Law? And He said to him, “You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the great and foremost commandment. The second is like it, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ On these two commandments depend the whole Law and the Prophets.”

These are just a few of the many scriptures that direct us to love our neighbor as we love ourselves by caring for the poor and needy.

  • John 13:34-35
  • 1 John 3:17-18
  • Matthew 25:40
  • Luke 3:11
  • Luke 6:30
  • James 2:14

The following Outreach Ministries provide a variety of opportunities for you to serve and put your faith into action in our communities.

Dayspring Christian Church’s outreach ministry is to model Christ’s concern for people, both individually and collectively in our communities. Outreach ministries are called to deal with the needs and concerns of persons beyond the congregation, relating the ministry of the local church to the needs of the world through compassion, mercy and grace. Outreach is a bridge of opportunity to present Christ.

Jesus reveals to us in Matthew 22:36-40 the greatest and second greatest commandments –

“Teacher, which is the great commandment in the Law? And He said to him, “You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the great and foremost commandment. The second is like it, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ On these two commandments depend the whole Law and the Prophets.”

These are just a few of the many scriptures that direct us to love our neighbor as we love ourselves by caring for the poor and needy.

  • John 13:34-35
  • 1 John 3:17-18
  • Matthew 25:40
  • Luke 3:11
  • Luke 6:30
  • James 2:14

The following Outreach Ministries provide a variety of opportunities for you to serve and put your faith into action in our communities.

Dayspring Christian Church’s outreach ministry is to model Christ’s concern for people, both individually and collectively in our communities. Outreach ministries are called to deal with the needs and concerns of persons beyond the congregation, relating the ministry of the local church to the needs of the world through compassion, mercy and grace. Outreach is a bridge of opportunity to present Christ.

Jesus reveals to us in Matthew 22:36-40 the greatest and second greatest commandments –

“Teacher, which is the great commandment in the Law? And He said to him, “You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the great and foremost commandment. The second is like it, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ On these two commandments depend the whole Law and the Prophets.”

These are just a few of the many scriptures that direct us to love our neighbor as we love ourselves by caring for the poor and needy.

  • John 13:34-35
  • 1 John 3:17-18
  • Matthew 25:40
  • Luke 3:11
  • Luke 6:30
  • James 2:14

The following Outreach Ministries provide a variety of opportunities for you to serve and put your faith into action in our communities.

Alpha Center

Alpha Center is a Christian medical clinic that serves our community by providing free services and education related to sexual health. All our services are free thanks to the generous support of many individuals, businesses and churches in our community. They support the need for a medical clinic that serves individuals facing important decisions related to sexual health and unplanned pregnancies. Alpha Center does not perform or refer for abortions.

Please visit Alpha Center’s website at http://www.thealphacenter.org/home for more information. The Alpha Center is located at 1212 South College Avenue in Fort Collins.

Our Alpha Center Ambassador is Gail Hurd. The Ambassador serves as the primary point person for DaySpring Christian Church to spread communication, champion what God is doing through Alpha Center and to energize volunteers.

Volunteers are needed to:

  • Help in a micro-event once a year such as host a baby shower, conduct a bake sale, or make blankets
  • Help encourage people to sign up to attend one of the two annual Alpha Center tours
  • Help with a baby bottle drive between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. The bottles are filled with spare change to help with the ongoing needs of Alpha Center

Alpha Center is a Christian medical clinic that serves our community by providing free services and education related to sexual health. All our services are free thanks to the generous support of many individuals, businesses and churches in our community. They support the need for a medical clinic that serves individuals facing important decisions related to sexual health and unplanned pregnancies. Alpha Center does not perform or refer for abortions.

Please visit Alpha Center’s website at http://www.thealphacenter.org/home for more information. The Alpha Center is located at 1212 South College Avenue in Fort Collins.

Our Alpha Center Ambassador is Gail Hurd. The Ambassador serves as the primary point person for DaySpring Christian Church to spread communication, champion what God is doing through Alpha Center and to energize volunteers.

Volunteers are needed to:

  • Help in a micro-event once a year such as host a baby shower, conduct a bake sale, or make blankets
  • Help encourage people to sign up to attend one of the two annual Alpha Center tours
  • Help with a baby bottle drive between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. The bottles are filled with spare change to help with the ongoing needs of Alpha Center

Alpha Center is a Christian medical clinic that serves our community by providing free services and education related to sexual health. All our services are free thanks to the generous support of many individuals, businesses and churches in our community. They support the need for a medical clinic that serves individuals facing important decisions related to sexual health and unplanned pregnancies. Alpha Center does not perform or refer for abortions.

Please visit Alpha Center’s website at http://www.thealphacenter.org/home for more information. The Alpha Center is located at 1212 South College Avenue in Fort Collins.

Our Alpha Center Ambassador is Gail Hurd. The Ambassador serves as the primary point person for DaySpring Christian Church to spread communication, champion what God is doing through Alpha Center and to energize volunteers.

Volunteers are needed to:

  • Help in a micro-event once a year such as host a baby shower, conduct a bake sale, or make blankets
  • Help encourage people to sign up to attend one of the two annual Alpha Center tours
  • Help with a baby bottle drive between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. The bottles are filled with spare change to help with the ongoing needs of Alpha Center

Alpha Center is a Christian medical clinic that serves our community by providing free services and education related to sexual health. All our services are free thanks to the generous support of many individuals, businesses and churches in our community. They support the need for a medical clinic that serves individuals facing important decisions related to sexual health and unplanned pregnancies. Alpha Center does not perform or refer for abortions.

Please visit Alpha Center’s website at http://www.thealphacenter.org/home for more information. The Alpha Center is located at 1212 South College Avenue in Fort Collins.

Our Alpha Center Ambassador is Gail Hurd. The Ambassador serves as the primary point person for DaySpring Christian Church to spread communication, champion what God is doing through Alpha Center and to energize volunteers.

Volunteers are needed to:

  • Help in a micro-event once a year such as host a baby shower, conduct a bake sale, or make blankets
  • Help encourage people to sign up to attend one of the two annual Alpha Center tours
  • Help with a baby bottle drive between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. The bottles are filled with spare change to help with the ongoing needs of Alpha Center

Brookdale Senior Living Solutions Sunday Services

Each week at 3:30 PM a group from DaySpring shares a worship and praise time with the residents of Brookdale Senior Living Solutions. We also share a Christmas event with the residents in December. The children’s ministry periodically will visit and share a time of singing.

Each week at 3:30 PM a group from DaySpring shares a worship and praise time with the residents of Brookdale Senior Living Solutions. We also share a Christmas event with the residents in December. The children’s ministry periodically will visit and share a time of singing.

Each week at 3:30 PM a group from DaySpring shares a worship and praise time with the residents of Brookdale Senior Living Solutions. We also share a Christmas event with the residents in December. The children’s ministry periodically will visit and share a time of singing.

Each week at 3:30 PM a group from DaySpring shares a worship and praise time with the residents of Brookdale Senior Living Solutions. We also share a Christmas event with the residents in December. The children’s ministry periodically will visit and share a time of singing.

Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered recovery program focusing on freedom from life’s Hurts, Habits and Hang-Ups. It is based on Biblical principles with a goal to let God work through us in providing His healing power through a 12-step program.

Learn more about Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered recovery program focusing on freedom from life’s Hurts, Habits and Hang-Ups. It is based on Biblical principles with a goal to let God work through us in providing His healing power through a 12-step program.

Learn more about Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered recovery program focusing on freedom from life’s Hurts, Habits and Hang-Ups. It is based on Biblical principles with a goal to let God work through us in providing His healing power through a 12-step program.

Learn more about Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered recovery program focusing on freedom from life’s Hurts, Habits and Hang-Ups. It is based on Biblical principles with a goal to let God work through us in providing His healing power through a 12-step program.

Learn more about Celebrate Recovery

DaySpring Dash

Each September DaySpring holds a fun 5K run to reach out to our community. This is a fun way to bring folks together, help our community in a tangible way and build relationships with members of the community outside of DaySpring Christian Church. In addition, the run raises funds to support athletic scholarships in the Windsor/Severance school district. These scholarships allow students to participate in athletics at the Severance Middle School, Windsor Middle School and Windsor High School who otherwise would not be able to participate.

Each fall a call will go out for volunteers to help with

  • Course setup
  • Water station attendants
  • Registration
  • Traffic help

Joe Taylor is the DaySpring Dash ministry leader. Please watch for the DaySpring Dash announcement each fall and respond if you can help.

Each September DaySpring holds a fun 5K run to reach out to our community. This is a fun way to bring folks together, help our community in a tangible way and build relationships with members of the community outside of DaySpring Christian Church. In addition, the run raises funds to support athletic scholarships in the Windsor/Severance school district. These scholarships allow students to participate in athletics at the Severance Middle School, Windsor Middle School and Windsor High School who otherwise would not be able to participate.

Each fall a call will go out for volunteers to help with

  • Course setup
  • Water station attendants
  • Registration
  • Traffic help

Joe Taylor is the DaySpring Dash ministry leader. Please watch for the DaySpring Dash announcement each fall and respond if you can help.

Each September DaySpring holds a fun 5K run to reach out to our community. This is a fun way to bring folks together, help our community in a tangible way and build relationships with members of the community outside of DaySpring Christian Church. In addition, the run raises funds to support athletic scholarships in the Windsor/Severance school district. These scholarships allow students to participate in athletics at the Severance Middle School, Windsor Middle School and Windsor High School who otherwise would not be able to participate.

Each fall a call will go out for volunteers to help with

  • Course setup
  • Water station attendants
  • Registration
  • Traffic help

Joe Taylor is the DaySpring Dash ministry leader. Please watch for the DaySpring Dash announcement each fall and respond if you can help.

Each September DaySpring holds a fun 5K run to reach out to our community. This is a fun way to bring folks together, help our community in a tangible way and build relationships with members of the community outside of DaySpring Christian Church. In addition, the run raises funds to support athletic scholarships in the Windsor/Severance school district. These scholarships allow students to participate in athletics at the Severance Middle School, Windsor Middle School and Windsor High School who otherwise would not be able to participate.

Each fall a call will go out for volunteers to help with

  • Course setup
  • Water station attendants
  • Registration
  • Traffic help

Joe Taylor is the DaySpring Dash ministry leader. Please watch for the DaySpring Dash announcement each fall and respond if you can help.

Dollar Club

The Dollar Club was developed as a concrete way to be the hands, eyes, ears and feet by reaching out to our local community that is in need.

There are many needs in our local community which provides opportunities for DaySpring to build a bridge with the people we live amongst. The Dollar Club was created as one tool for DaySpring to use in addressing these needs. During the offering time, you will notice children putting a dollar into a glass jar sitting on the stage.

These collective dollars go together to create a resource for people in need: gas, rent, medical bills, etc. The goal of this ministry is to create a relationship bridge by responding to needs of people outside our church body by offering some financial help to lighten the load. A dollar does still make a difference. But your dollar combined with everybody else’s dollars can have a major impact on our community.

Here are some of the opportunities where DaySpring has been able to help.

  1. Car repairs
  2. New hot water heater
  3. Rent
  4. Utilities
  5. Travel emergencies
  6. Medical expenses
  7. Groceries
  8. Helped with death expenses
  9. Helped with travel for death in a family

All congregation members are invited to submit needs to any elder. The elders will make the decision on the allocation of the Dollar Club funds.

The Dollar Club was developed as a concrete way to be the hands, eyes, ears and feet by reaching out to our local community that is in need.

There are many needs in our local community which provides opportunities for DaySpring to build a bridge with the people we live amongst. The Dollar Club was created as one tool for DaySpring to use in addressing these needs. During the offering time, you will notice children putting a dollar into a glass jar sitting on the stage.

These collective dollars go together to create a resource for people in need: gas, rent, medical bills, etc. The goal of this ministry is to create a relationship bridge by responding to needs of people outside our church body by offering some financial help to lighten the load. A dollar does still make a difference. But your dollar combined with everybody else’s dollars can have a major impact on our community.

Here are some of the opportunities where DaySpring has been able to help.

  1. Car repairs
  2. New hot water heater
  3. Rent
  4. Utilities
  5. Travel emergencies
  6. Medical expenses
  7. Groceries
  8. Helped with death expenses
  9. Helped with travel for death in a family

All congregation members are invited to submit needs to any elder. The elders will make the decision on the allocation of the Dollar Club funds.

The Dollar Club was developed as a concrete way to be the hands, eyes, ears and feet by reaching out to our local community that is in need.

There are many needs in our local community which provides opportunities for DaySpring to build a bridge with the people we live amongst. The Dollar Club was created as one tool for DaySpring to use in addressing these needs. During the offering time, you will notice children putting a dollar into a glass jar sitting on the stage.

These collective dollars go together to create a resource for people in need: gas, rent, medical bills, etc. The goal of this ministry is to create a relationship bridge by responding to needs of people outside our church body by offering some financial help to lighten the load. A dollar does still make a difference. But your dollar combined with everybody else’s dollars can have a major impact on our community.

Here are some of the opportunities where DaySpring has been able to help.

  1. Car repairs
  2. New hot water heater
  3. Rent
  4. Utilities
  5. Travel emergencies
  6. Medical expenses
  7. Groceries
  8. Helped with death expenses
  9. Helped with travel for death in a family

All congregation members are invited to submit needs to any elder. The elders will make the decision on the allocation of the Dollar Club funds.

The Dollar Club was developed as a concrete way to be the hands, eyes, ears and feet by reaching out to our local community that is in need.

There are many needs in our local community which provides opportunities for DaySpring to build a bridge with the people we live amongst. The Dollar Club was created as one tool for DaySpring to use in addressing these needs. During the offering time, you will notice children putting a dollar into a glass jar sitting on the stage.

These collective dollars go together to create a resource for people in need: gas, rent, medical bills, etc. The goal of this ministry is to create a relationship bridge by responding to needs of people outside our church body by offering some financial help to lighten the load. A dollar does still make a difference. But your dollar combined with everybody else’s dollars can have a major impact on our community.

Here are some of the opportunities where DaySpring has been able to help.

  1. Car repairs
  2. New hot water heater
  3. Rent
  4. Utilities
  5. Travel emergencies
  6. Medical expenses
  7. Groceries
  8. Helped with death expenses
  9. Helped with travel for death in a family

All congregation members are invited to submit needs to any elder. The elders will make the decision on the allocation of the Dollar Club funds.

Garth Englund Blood Drive

The Garth Englund Blood Donation Centers accept blood donations from community members. The donated blood is used for surgical and blood transfusion patients at Medical Center of the Rockies and Poudre Valley Hospital. In addition, community members who have upcoming surgery or other blood treatments may donate blood for their own use during the procedures.

Did you know one blood donation could save three lives? When you give blood at the Garth Englund Blood Center, the blood supplies Poudre Valley Hospital, Medical Center of the Rockies and Estes Park Medical Center.

Why Should You Donate Blood?

  • Every 3 seconds someone needs blood. An average 40,000 units of blood are needed every day in the U.S.
  • Less than 5% of the population donates blood. Yet, about 60% of the population is eligible to donate.
  • 20% of blood recipients are children – many are cancer patients!
  • Giving blood is 100% safe.
  • Giving blood is easy. It only takes about 30-40 minutes.
  • You can save 3 lives. One pint of blood from one donor can help up to three different people.
  • You can help people in your home town. Blood donated with the Garth Englund Doner Center are used right here in Northern Colorado.
  • Your fluid volume is replaced very quickly. The human body is amazing. Your body will replenish the fluid lost during the donation within 24 hours.
  • There is a great need for blood. Disasters like car accidents, fires, and other trauma cases happen every day. A bleeding trauma victim can run through 100 units of blood in no time.
  • Giving blood could save YOUR life. During the interview, you will receive a “mini-physical”; we will check your temperature, pulse, blood pressure and test for anemia.
  • For men, there is a life-saving benefit to donating blood. Research shows if men give blood three times a year they can reduce their iron overload and therefore their risk of heart attack by as much as 50%
  • FREE JUICE, PRETZELS AND COOKIES!

Gail Hurd is the DaySpring Blood Drive ministry leader and she needs all the volunteers she can get to sign up and give blood during our annual blood drive.

The Garth Englund Blood Donation Centers accept blood donations from community members. The donated blood is used for surgical and blood transfusion patients at Medical Center of the Rockies and Poudre Valley Hospital. In addition, community members who have upcoming surgery or other blood treatments may donate blood for their own use during the procedures.

Did you know one blood donation could save three lives? When you give blood at the Garth Englund Blood Center, the blood supplies Poudre Valley Hospital, Medical Center of the Rockies and Estes Park Medical Center.

Why Should You Donate Blood?

  • Every 3 seconds someone needs blood. An average 40,000 units of blood are needed every day in the U.S.
  • Less than 5% of the population donates blood. Yet, about 60% of the population is eligible to donate.
  • 20% of blood recipients are children – many are cancer patients!
  • Giving blood is 100% safe.
  • Giving blood is easy. It only takes about 30-40 minutes.
  • You can save 3 lives. One pint of blood from one donor can help up to three different people.
  • You can help people in your home town. Blood donated with the Garth Englund Doner Center are used right here in Northern Colorado.
  • Your fluid volume is replaced very quickly. The human body is amazing. Your body will replenish the fluid lost during the donation within 24 hours.
  • There is a great need for blood. Disasters like car accidents, fires, and other trauma cases happen every day. A bleeding trauma victim can run through 100 units of blood in no time.
  • Giving blood could save YOUR life. During the interview, you will receive a “mini-physical”; we will check your temperature, pulse, blood pressure and test for anemia.
  • For men, there is a life-saving benefit to donating blood. Research shows if men give blood three times a year they can reduce their iron overload and therefore their risk of heart attack by as much as 50%
  • FREE JUICE, PRETZELS AND COOKIES!

Gail Hurd is the DaySpring Blood Drive ministry leader and she needs all the volunteers she can get to sign up and give blood during our annual blood drive.

The Garth Englund Blood Donation Centers accept blood donations from community members. The donated blood is used for surgical and blood transfusion patients at Medical Center of the Rockies and Poudre Valley Hospital. In addition, community members who have upcoming surgery or other blood treatments may donate blood for their own use during the procedures.

Did you know one blood donation could save three lives? When you give blood at the Garth Englund Blood Center, the blood supplies Poudre Valley Hospital, Medical Center of the Rockies and Estes Park Medical Center.

Why Should You Donate Blood?

  • Every 3 seconds someone needs blood. An average 40,000 units of blood are needed every day in the U.S.
  • Less than 5% of the population donates blood. Yet, about 60% of the population is eligible to donate.
  • 20% of blood recipients are children – many are cancer patients!
  • Giving blood is 100% safe.
  • Giving blood is easy. It only takes about 30-40 minutes.
  • You can save 3 lives. One pint of blood from one donor can help up to three different people.
  • You can help people in your home town. Blood donated with the Garth Englund Doner Center are used right here in Northern Colorado.
  • Your fluid volume is replaced very quickly. The human body is amazing. Your body will replenish the fluid lost during the donation within 24 hours.
  • There is a great need for blood. Disasters like car accidents, fires, and other trauma cases happen every day. A bleeding trauma victim can run through 100 units of blood in no time.
  • Giving blood could save YOUR life. During the interview, you will receive a “mini-physical”; we will check your temperature, pulse, blood pressure and test for anemia.
  • For men, there is a life-saving benefit to donating blood. Research shows if men give blood three times a year they can reduce their iron overload and therefore their risk of heart attack by as much as 50%
  • FREE JUICE, PRETZELS AND COOKIES!

Gail Hurd is the DaySpring Blood Drive ministry leader and she needs all the volunteers she can get to sign up and give blood during our annual blood drive.

The Garth Englund Blood Donation Centers accept blood donations from community members. The donated blood is used for surgical and blood transfusion patients at Medical Center of the Rockies and Poudre Valley Hospital. In addition, community members who have upcoming surgery or other blood treatments may donate blood for their own use during the procedures.

Did you know one blood donation could save three lives? When you give blood at the Garth Englund Blood Center, the blood supplies Poudre Valley Hospital, Medical Center of the Rockies and Estes Park Medical Center.

Why Should You Donate Blood?

  • Every 3 seconds someone needs blood. An average 40,000 units of blood are needed every day in the U.S.
  • Less than 5% of the population donates blood. Yet, about 60% of the population is eligible to donate.
  • 20% of blood recipients are children – many are cancer patients!
  • Giving blood is 100% safe.
  • Giving blood is easy. It only takes about 30-40 minutes.
  • You can save 3 lives. One pint of blood from one donor can help up to three different people.
  • You can help people in your home town. Blood donated with the Garth Englund Doner Center are used right here in Northern Colorado.
  • Your fluid volume is replaced very quickly. The human body is amazing. Your body will replenish the fluid lost during the donation within 24 hours.
  • There is a great need for blood. Disasters like car accidents, fires, and other trauma cases happen every day. A bleeding trauma victim can run through 100 units of blood in no time.
  • Giving blood could save YOUR life. During the interview, you will receive a “mini-physical”; we will check your temperature, pulse, blood pressure and test for anemia.
  • For men, there is a life-saving benefit to donating blood. Research shows if men give blood three times a year they can reduce their iron overload and therefore their risk of heart attack by as much as 50%
  • FREE JUICE, PRETZELS AND COOKIES!

Gail Hurd is the DaySpring Blood Drive ministry leader and she needs all the volunteers she can get to sign up and give blood during our annual blood drive.

Larimer County Food Bank

The Food Bank for Larimer County’s mission is to provide food to all in need through community partnerships and hunger-relief programs. We are a member of Feeding America, the nation’s largest food bank and food rescue network and are the only Feeding America clearinghouse for donated food in Larimer County. The food donations we receive are distributed to individuals in need through three programs: Food Share, Child Nutrition and Food Link.

The Food Bank for Larimer County’s mission is to provide food to all in need through community partnerships and hunger-relief programs. We are a member of Feeding America, the nation’s largest food bank and food rescue network and are the only Feeding America clearinghouse for donated food in Larimer County. The food donations we receive are distributed to individuals in need through three programs: Food Share, Child Nutrition and Food Link.

The Food Bank for Larimer County’s mission is to provide food to all in need through community partnerships and hunger-relief programs. We are a member of Feeding America, the nation’s largest food bank and food rescue network and are the only Feeding America clearinghouse for donated food in Larimer County. The food donations we receive are distributed to individuals in need through three programs: Food Share, Child Nutrition and Food Link.

The Food Bank for Larimer County’s mission is to provide food to all in need through community partnerships and hunger-relief programs. We are a member of Feeding America, the nation’s largest food bank and food rescue network and are the only Feeding America clearinghouse for donated food in Larimer County. The food donations we receive are distributed to individuals in need through three programs: Food Share, Child Nutrition and Food Link.

Maple Terrace Kids Club

Maple Terrace Kids Club is a partnership between Loveland Housing Authority, Mary Blair Elementary School, the Loveland Public Library, Vineyard Community Church, and Good Shepherd Church to provide enrichment opportunities for the kids ages 5-12 that live in the Maple Terrace community. It is located in the Maple Leaf Community Center located at 2110 Maple Drive, Loveland.

The goal of this collaborative after school program is to provide the following opportunities for at-risk kids

  • Literacy
  • Extended learning/homework help
  • Healthy meals/snacks
  • Mentoring for kids
  • Physical activities

Volunteers who are patient and love Jesus are needed to help His children with their homework and provide some tutoring. In addition, volunteers are requested to:

  • Be good role models for the kids
  • Keep materials and supplies organized and stored
  • Make sure computers are used for appropriate learning
  • Sweep the floor, wipe tables and counters after each program

Volunteers are needed Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 4:00 – 5:00 PM. You do NOT have to sign up to work certain days in advance. Just show up when you can to offer help to these kids. It is mandatory that volunteers register with the Thompson School District first for the background check.

Karen and Brian Shumate are the DaySpring Maple Terrace Kids Club ministry leaders.

 

Maple Terrace Kids Club is a partnership between Loveland Housing Authority, Mary Blair Elementary School, the Loveland Public Library, Vineyard Community Church, and Good Shepherd Church to provide enrichment opportunities for the kids ages 5-12 that live in the Maple Terrace community. It is located in the Maple Leaf Community Center located at 2110 Maple Drive, Loveland.

The goal of this collaborative after school program is to provide the following opportunities for at-risk kids

  • Literacy
  • Extended learning/homework help
  • Healthy meals/snacks
  • Mentoring for kids
  • Physical activities

Volunteers who are patient and love Jesus are needed to help His children with their homework and provide some tutoring. In addition, volunteers are requested to:

  • Be good role models for the kids
  • Keep materials and supplies organized and stored
  • Make sure computers are used for appropriate learning
  • Sweep the floor, wipe tables and counters after each program

Volunteers are needed Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 4:00 – 5:00 PM. You do NOT have to sign up to work certain days in advance. Just show up when you can to offer help to these kids. It is mandatory that volunteers register with the Thompson School District first for the background check.

Karen and Brian Shumate are the DaySpring Maple Terrace Kids Club ministry leaders.

 

Maple Terrace Kids Club is a partnership between Loveland Housing Authority, Mary Blair Elementary School, the Loveland Public Library, Vineyard Community Church, and Good Shepherd Church to provide enrichment opportunities for the kids ages 5-12 that live in the Maple Terrace community. It is located in the Maple Leaf Community Center located at 2110 Maple Drive, Loveland.

The goal of this collaborative after school program is to provide the following opportunities for at-risk kids

  • Literacy
  • Extended learning/homework help
  • Healthy meals/snacks
  • Mentoring for kids
  • Physical activities

Volunteers who are patient and love Jesus are needed to help His children with their homework and provide some tutoring. In addition, volunteers are requested to:

  • Be good role models for the kids
  • Keep materials and supplies organized and stored
  • Make sure computers are used for appropriate learning
  • Sweep the floor, wipe tables and counters after each program

Volunteers are needed Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 4:00 – 5:00 PM. You do NOT have to sign up to work certain days in advance. Just show up when you can to offer help to these kids. It is mandatory that volunteers register with the Thompson School District first for the background check.

Karen and Brian Shumate are the DaySpring Maple Terrace Kids Club ministry leaders.

 

Maple Terrace Kids Club is a partnership between Loveland Housing Authority, Mary Blair Elementary School, the Loveland Public Library, Vineyard Community Church, and Good Shepherd Church to provide enrichment opportunities for the kids ages 5-12 that live in the Maple Terrace community. It is located in the Maple Leaf Community Center located at 2110 Maple Drive, Loveland.

The goal of this collaborative after school program is to provide the following opportunities for at-risk kids

  • Literacy
  • Extended learning/homework help
  • Healthy meals/snacks
  • Mentoring for kids
  • Physical activities

Volunteers who are patient and love Jesus are needed to help His children with their homework and provide some tutoring. In addition, volunteers are requested to:

  • Be good role models for the kids
  • Keep materials and supplies organized and stored
  • Make sure computers are used for appropriate learning
  • Sweep the floor, wipe tables and counters after each program

Volunteers are needed Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 4:00 – 5:00 PM. You do NOT have to sign up to work certain days in advance. Just show up when you can to offer help to these kids. It is mandatory that volunteers register with the Thompson School District first for the background check.

Karen and Brian Shumate are the DaySpring Maple Terrace Kids Club ministry leaders.

 

Operation Christmas Child

The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to needy children around the world, and together with the local church worldwide, to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Each November Samaritan’s Purse, through its Operation Christmas Child ministry, invites people to pack a shoebox with Christmas gifts for a boy or girl age ranges 2 – 4, 5 – 9, or 10 – 14.

Each year, Samaritan’s Purse delivers millions of gift-filled shoe boxes to boys and girls all over the world. In the hands of local churches, every gift-filled shoebox is a powerful tool for evangelism and discipleship—transforming the lives of children and their families around the world through the Good News of Jesus Christ! A small shoebox can have a big impact. What goes into the box is fun, but what comes out of it is eternal. After receiving a shoebox gift, children have the opportunity to enroll in The Greatest Journey, Samaritan’s Purse’s dynamic, 12-lesson Bible study course guiding them through what it means to faithfully follow Jesus Christ. Be a part of changing children’s lives all over the world in Jesus’ Name through the power of a simple gift with Operation Christmas Child.

Rachel Peercy is the DaySpring Operation Christmas Child ministry leader.

Please visit the Operation Christmas Child website at http://www.samaritanspurse.org/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child for more information.

The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to needy children around the world, and together with the local church worldwide, to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Each November Samaritan’s Purse, through its Operation Christmas Child ministry, invites people to pack a shoebox with Christmas gifts for a boy or girl age ranges 2 – 4, 5 – 9, or 10 – 14.

Each year, Samaritan’s Purse delivers millions of gift-filled shoe boxes to boys and girls all over the world. In the hands of local churches, every gift-filled shoebox is a powerful tool for evangelism and discipleship—transforming the lives of children and their families around the world through the Good News of Jesus Christ! A small shoebox can have a big impact. What goes into the box is fun, but what comes out of it is eternal. After receiving a shoebox gift, children have the opportunity to enroll in The Greatest Journey, Samaritan’s Purse’s dynamic, 12-lesson Bible study course guiding them through what it means to faithfully follow Jesus Christ. Be a part of changing children’s lives all over the world in Jesus’ Name through the power of a simple gift with Operation Christmas Child.

Rachel Peercy is the DaySpring Operation Christmas Child ministry leader.

Please visit the Operation Christmas Child website at http://www.samaritanspurse.org/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child for more information.

The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to needy children around the world, and together with the local church worldwide, to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Each November Samaritan’s Purse, through its Operation Christmas Child ministry, invites people to pack a shoebox with Christmas gifts for a boy or girl age ranges 2 – 4, 5 – 9, or 10 – 14.

Each year, Samaritan’s Purse delivers millions of gift-filled shoe boxes to boys and girls all over the world. In the hands of local churches, every gift-filled shoebox is a powerful tool for evangelism and discipleship—transforming the lives of children and their families around the world through the Good News of Jesus Christ! A small shoebox can have a big impact. What goes into the box is fun, but what comes out of it is eternal. After receiving a shoebox gift, children have the opportunity to enroll in The Greatest Journey, Samaritan’s Purse’s dynamic, 12-lesson Bible study course guiding them through what it means to faithfully follow Jesus Christ. Be a part of changing children’s lives all over the world in Jesus’ Name through the power of a simple gift with Operation Christmas Child.

Rachel Peercy is the DaySpring Operation Christmas Child ministry leader.

Please visit the Operation Christmas Child website at http://www.samaritanspurse.org/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child for more information.

The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to needy children around the world, and together with the local church worldwide, to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Each November Samaritan’s Purse, through its Operation Christmas Child ministry, invites people to pack a shoebox with Christmas gifts for a boy or girl age ranges 2 – 4, 5 – 9, or 10 – 14.

Each year, Samaritan’s Purse delivers millions of gift-filled shoe boxes to boys and girls all over the world. In the hands of local churches, every gift-filled shoebox is a powerful tool for evangelism and discipleship—transforming the lives of children and their families around the world through the Good News of Jesus Christ! A small shoebox can have a big impact. What goes into the box is fun, but what comes out of it is eternal. After receiving a shoebox gift, children have the opportunity to enroll in The Greatest Journey, Samaritan’s Purse’s dynamic, 12-lesson Bible study course guiding them through what it means to faithfully follow Jesus Christ. Be a part of changing children’s lives all over the world in Jesus’ Name through the power of a simple gift with Operation Christmas Child.

Rachel Peercy is the DaySpring Operation Christmas Child ministry leader.

Please visit the Operation Christmas Child website at http://www.samaritanspurse.org/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child for more information.