To Love God and All People for the Transformation of the World
The Guardian Angels is a ministry of Marysville FUMC to love and offer assistance to those in need in our church family and in our community. Services performed by the Guardian Angels include but are not limited to the following: home repair, yard clean-up, simple construction projects, etc.
The Guardian Angels is led by Kevin Franke. He uses email to communicate the needs and to recruit volunteers for projects as they arise. Most projects can be completed within a few hours and do not require a great deal of skill. The Guardian Angels is a great way to serve the Lord and your neighbor with your family - including small children. If you would like mor information about the Guardian Angels or if you would like to be added to the email list, contact Kevin Franke by clicking here or contacting the church office at 937-642-4712.
The Prison Ministries of Kairos, Epiphany and Embark offer the redeeming love of Christ to the incarcerated through weekend spiritual retreats and providing transitional support from prison back into the community.
The ministries of Kairos, Epiphany and Embark serve a powerful purpose in offering the redeeming love of Christ to those our society would term "the least of these". Many in our church are active in prison ministry through these ministries as well as weekly Bible studies in the prisons.
Financial contributions to these ministries make it possible for individuals in our church to serve on spiritual weekends through Kairos and Epiphany. Contributions also help Embark to provide the necessary resources for their reentry program, including: curriculum, transitional housing, food, clothing, bus passes and more.
To find out more about how you can get involved in with these ministries you can contact Pastor Denise Turpin, Bill Foreman, Mike Belli or Linda Brown by clicking here or calling the church office at 937-642-4712.
The Hope Center of Union County is a ministry of the Marysville Area Ministerial Association that is a community-based, faith-based, multi-service organization that strives to "serve the whole person to transform the whole community". It is located at 212 Chestnut Street, Marysville, Ohio, 43040, 937-303-4209, in the former East Elementary building.
Some of the agencies located at Hope Center include the Personal Needs Pantry, the Clothes Closet, the Youth Center, Union County Outreach Taskforce (on-site meals and off-site housing assistance), the Esperanza Cafe, Aglow, Union County Emergency Assistance Program and Here 4 Hope.
Additional information, see www.HopeCenterOhio.org