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Reformed Church Will Hold Sale for Mission Project

Reformed Church Will Hold Sale for Mission Project
The youth group at the St. Thomas Reformed Church will be holding a rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., on Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Fort Christian Parking Lot. This sale is one of many fund raising projects that will be held throughout the next few months that help to raise monies for the annual Mission Project.
The project gives 25 – 35 young people from the St. Thomas community the opportunity to travel abroad and help underprivileged communities. In past years the youth program has traveled to New York to work in soup kitchens that help feed the homeless; and to the Dominican Republic where they built homes, raised roofs on churches and even dug trenches to bring water to remote villagers.
For more information about the fundraising activities, contact the St. Thomas Reformed Church Office at 776-8255.

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Reformed Church Will Hold Sale for Mission Project
The youth group at the St. Thomas Reformed Church will be holding a rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., on Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Fort Christian Parking Lot. This sale is one of many fund raising projects that will be held throughout the next few months that help to raise monies for the annual Mission Project.
The project gives 25 – 35 young people from the St. Thomas community the opportunity to travel abroad and help underprivileged communities. In past years the youth program has traveled to New York to work in soup kitchens that help feed the homeless; and to the Dominican Republic where they built homes, raised roofs on churches and even dug trenches to bring water to remote villagers.
For more information about the fundraising activities, contact the St. Thomas Reformed Church Office at 776-8255.