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Red Deer Reach Out to Seniors

Community Care bring Christmas cheer

Jan 6, 2009 Add comment
As new relationships are built with others in the community, I am aware that the Salvation Army Community Care in Red Deer is an exciting ministry. This is no longer something that happens only when the time is available, but it is now the full time focus for each day. The nursing home and lodge receive us each Sunday for songs, visiting, and scripture. The Sunshine Bags were again a seasonal highlight. I’ve included some photos. After all the Sunshine bags were completed, we began reaching out to others in need. We gave gift baskets to eight people from the church, and gifts and cards to others who would be unable to make use of the basket items. God, have mercy on your servants.
"Remind us always to seek you and to saturate each visit, gift, phone call, card or other event with prayer. Amen."

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For more information about Community Care Ministries contact wendy_waters@can.salvationarmy.org
 
 

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