On Monday, January 21st, the Church of Charles — The Episcopal Cathedral of the Incarnation, First English Lutheran, Saints Philip and James, Second Presbyterian, and University Baptist — are coming together to serve Baltimore!
The Churches of Charles have scheduled 11 separate activities as a way to serve our community this MLK Day. We will be returning to some of our favorites places like Woodberry Crossing and Baltimore Station and doing some of our favorite things like knitting, cooking, carpentry and card making. For more information and to sign up for a time slot, please visit the Day of Service website. Please sign up for the one(s) you wish to attend so that we know how many to expect and have enough supplies, etc.
And speaking of supplies, we need donations of prizes for BINGO, items for Gallons of Love, scrapbook supplies, and craft materials. Collection boxes are located under the coat rack at the Garden Entrance of UBC.
Serving breakfast at Manna House
Indoor building projects at Woodberry Crossing
Creating public artwork for Art with a Heart
Organizing reading materials at Abbottston Elementary/Middle School
Making Gallons of Love bags
Volunteering with Scrap B-more
Baltimore Station and Project PLASE Cooking
Bingo at Stadium Place
Making Sandwiches for Manna House
Serving dinner at Baltimore station
Making Greeting Cards for GEDCO’s CARES
In addition to volunteers, we need the following supplies:
Gallons of Love
Travel size shampoo/conditioner, travel size deodorant, 8 oz size bottled water, snacks (individually wrapped soft granola bars, peanut butter crackers, apple sauce, etc.), wet wipes, bandaids
Lotion, soap, dish soap, puzzles, puzzle books, what would you like to win? (Donations needed by January 14th or 15th)
Paper, embellishments, cloth ribbon, tools
Art with a Heart Donations
Crayola modeling clay, vinyl tablecloths, Sharpie markers, Michaels and Home Depot Gift cards.
All donated items can be left at any of the Churches of Charles before January 20th.
Thank you for helping to be the hands and feet of Christ to our neighbors!