Fourth Tuesday of the Month - 5:30 pm
Faith United Methodist Church
Stepping Forward is a weekly community meal. Lord of Life takes our turn at Faith UMC on Cox Road the fourth Tuesday of each month.
Faith Alliance is an organization of West Chester and Liberty Township Christian Churches who work in partnership to ease the burden of the less fortunate in our community. We serve together as the collaborative hands and feet to a community in need.
First Lutheran is located in downtown Cincinnati and is our sister congregation that serves the homeless population in the Over the Rhine area. Twice a year Lord of Life, along with a generous donation from John Morrell Meats, provides a hot lunch to the homeless in this community.
1st & 3rd Wednesdays of each month at 9:30 a.m. in the fellowship hall
At the Hands Against Hunger warehouse, meals are packed to be shipped overseas and some of the meals go to Local Food pantries. Some meals are given to schools to be placed in backpacks of children who are in need. Our $1,200.00 donations were matched by a Thrivent grant for a total donation of $2,400.00.
Lord of Life members donated over 200 wrapped gifts to be delivered to families in our community.
Sunday School students collected money to fill Barns and Pig boxes to buy pigs, chicks and cows through ELCA Good Gifts Program. Last year, they collected $330.00 that was used to purchase these animals.
Together, with the Faith Alliance of Butler Country, Lord of Life distributes grocery bags to the congregation to fill with nonperishable items.
Children collect items for the designated outreach ministry area.
This is a joint project between Lord of Life and Faith Community Methodist Church. Produce picked from the garden is distributed to Haven House, the Stepping Forward Program and the Faith Community Food Pantry.
The Summer Lunch Program is a joint project of the Lakota Child Nutrition Department, the USDA, Mission Possible, the Faith Alliance, and Butler County Success. School buses are converted to food buses to provide meals for local children at seven locations throughout the community.
This is a joint project between the Faith Alliance, Reach Out Lakota and Hillendale Communities. Members of the congregation purchase a back pack and fill it with the items listed on a sponsor card that is grade level and gender specific. This will allow student with limited means, in the Lakota School District, to start off the school year on the right foot with necessary school supplies. In 2017, the congregation donated over 40 backpacks as well as cash donations.