A small way to serve others (daily faith practice, 3/31/20)

Written by Rev. Craig Moock, pastor of Rural Chapel United Methodist Church in Galena, OH

One of the ways that we, at Rural Chapel, believe that we can grow in faith is to serve others.  When we serve others, we learn to get past our self-importance and learn more about God’s love for everyone. 

One really cool way that I have seen people serve in the last two weeks is the making of facemasks for the medical community because of the limited supply of masks.  What a marvelous way to serve others in these challenging times.  Here is a link to the Facebook page of some local Columbus and Lewis Center folks who are encouraging others to make face masks and taking donations so that they can make face masks themselves.  Might you jump in and support these folks who are serving?  What might you do to serve others during these challenging times?

Blessings and I will catch you on Facebook live on Sunday at 10AM… and remember to wash your hands,

Pastor Craig

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