The women’s Bible study prepared 8 encourage-mint gift baskets, prayed together, and delivered them to local fire stations, police stations, and health departments.
Our pastoral care team prepared Valentine’s gift bags with encouragements & treats, prayed together, and delivered them to the home of each one in our church family.
We wrote encouragement cards to tuck into personalized bags with homemade cookies / brownies / prayer squares / bookmarks / other treats for the 20 GA Tech CCF campus ministers (interns & staff) (including our Cascade), prayed together for everyone, and delivered them on Valentine’s Day!
In response to a request from Lilburn Middle School, Liberty Vineyard-ites donated and assembled 180 treat bags for a teacher meeting.
We did our 27th quarterly adopt-a-road cleanup on Harbins Rd, Lilburn.
We packaged up puzzles and encouraging notes (with personal notes on the back) for neighbors who live near our church building, distributing them by doing a “ding-dong-drop” at each home.
We did a trash cleanup on Pounds Rd, the street where we go to church, to bless our immediate neighborhood.
We baked cookies & muffins to include in thank you gift bags for all of the educators at Lilburn Middle School.
We did our 28th quarterly adopt-a-road cleanup on Harbins Rd, Lilburn.
We did a double outreach after our service preparing blessing bags of bathroom supplies & kitchen staples for H2B temporary migrant workers and school supplies for Lilburn Middle School students.
We donated furnishings, kitchen items, linens, cleaning supplies, and toiletries to assist Afghan refugees in setting up their apartments, via the Lutheran ministry Inspiritus.
We did our 29th quarterly adopt-a-road cleanup on Harbins Rd, Lilburn.
We hosted a booth at Lilburn Daze called “Everybody gets to play” (an oft-quoted phrase in the Vineyard movement) and connected with 300 or so people in our community, who had the opportunity to play a carnival-style game, win a prize, have a conversation, pray, sharing the love of Jesus with our neighbors at this fun annual festival.
We did our 30th quarterly adopt-a-road cleanup on Harbins Rd, Lilburn.
We had a “Missions Sunday” during which we wrote encouragement cards, gave financial support, and prayed for each of the 7 missionary individuals / families that we are connected to at LVC. (Beverly who counsels & debriefs missionaries in Spain, Michael who studies Apologetics at Seminary in KY, Abby who serves Third-Culture Kids in Norcross, Jonathan & Laura who plant churches and serve refugees in Central Asia & KY, Doran & Amy who work in a campus ministry with CRU in NYC, Cascade who studies for Campus Ministry at Seminary in TN, Hong-Tae & GumSuk who engage in Bible translation & community development work in Papua & Asia)