With missions being the heart of Frazer UMC, we always have many groups abroad and throughout our community working to spread the love of Christ. This week several members are on a vision trip to Cuba to explore partnership of Frazer’s Hispanic ministry and the church plants of Guanabacoa churches. Just this past week, several leaders at Frazer went on a vision trip to Haiti to look at potential land for the next steps in our newly formed partnership with the Hands & Feet project. While searching for land for this venture, the group also visited with and worshiped with our friends in the deaf community. Worshiping in the church that Frazer built with a single Christmas Eve offering was very meaningful and affirming. A ministry trip to Kenya returns this week-we look forward to sharing their good news!
Transformation Montgomery and the Frazer Youth Ministry are joining together to have a Community Block Party
at the Transformation Center, Sunday, September 28th from 3-5pm. They hope to provide a showcase of local ministries and all that is available to the members of this community. The “That’s My Child” ministry will be providing the entertainment.
If you would like to help, contact Debbie Peavy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Tuesday several Air Force moms gather at Frazer UMC for a time of fellowship led by longtime members Mike and Lisa Conn and Covenant Family Ministries worker Cheryl Humber. We’re told this group rated Frazer’s services; childcare facilities; friendliness of childcare workers, overall facilities and the overall experience as OUTSTANDING! Here are a few comments:
*Childcare workers are very personable and understanding.
*Thank you so much for providing this service for us!
*Such a nice program! Everyone is so involved!
Game night in the JEMAC last Friday night was another success! Close to 50 students participated, playing games in the gym and game room and trying their hand at a few video games as well. The students enjoyed a pizza meal along with lots of hearty laughter and good fellowship!
Frazer Reaches Out to Iraq
With the atrocities in Iraq, as Christians are being persecuted, many of you have asked, “What can we do?”Frazer UMC is reaching out with a donation to organizations with people in the region who can offer aid and assistance. If you would like to make a gift above and beyond your tithe to the church, please designate that donation to the Disaster Relief Fund. Through your gifts, Frazer always stands ready to reach out to those in need.
This is just some of the Breaking Good News happening in our Frazer Family! Stay tuned for more details of how God is moving through Frazer UMC.