Tag Archives: Love & Care Ministries

Mission: Thanksgiving

23rd ANNUAL MISSION: THANKSGIVING ITEMS NEEDEDMonetary DonationsFrozen Meat (Deer or Cow)Non-perishable FoodNew Socks and UnderwearCoatsSleeping BagsBottled Water & Soft DrinksTravel Size Personal Hygiene ItemsSCHEDULETHURSDAY, Nov. 187 a.m.-5 p.m.Love and Care Ministries(325) 670-0246233 Fannin StreetAbilene, Texas 79603http://www.lcmin.comFRIDAY, Nov. 197 a.m.-7 p.m.Arrow Ford4001 South First StreetMORE INFORMATION: Contact Mark Hewitt, executive director of Love & Care Ministries, 325-670-0246NINTH ANNUAL MERKEL EVENTWhen: 7 a.m.-7

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Love & Care Ministries Hosting Annual Revival

By LORETTA FULTON The annual revival hosted by Love & Care Ministries is set for four nights, Oct. 10-13, at the Abilene Convention Center. The revival will include nightly worship, with a different preacher each night, children’s church for grades 1-6, music, meals, clothing give-aways, haircuts and other ministries. Everything is free. “We are extremely excited the theme for this

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Mission: Thanksgiving Expanding Format

22nd ANNUAL MISSION: THANKSGIVING 2020ITEMS NEEDEDMonetary DonationsFrozen MeatNon-perishable Food (Pop top cans are very good)SocksUnderwear & Thermal UnderwearBoots & ShoesCoatsBlankets & Sleeping BagsBottled Water & Other DrinksToysSCHEDULEMonday, Nov. 16 – Thursday, Nov. 197 a.m.-5 p.m.Love and Care Ministries(325) 670-0246233 Fannin StreetAbilene, Texas 79603http://www.lcmin.comFRIDAY, Nov. 20Arrow Ford4001 South 1st Street7:00 AM – 7:00 PMMORE INFORMATION: Contact Mark Hewitt, executive director of

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Working at Love & Care Ministries a Learning Experience for HSU Freshman

Editor’s Note: Everyday Ministry is an occasional feature of Spirit of Abilene, highlighting people who weave ministry into their everyday lives. If you know someone you would like to see featured, email editor@spiritofabilene.com with the name, contact information and a brief description of the person’s ministry. By LORETTA FULTON Life is filled with learning right now for Peyten Castillo. The

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By LORETTA FULTON Everyone is learning to adapt on the fly to the coronavirus crisis, and local feeding ministries are no exception. By order of Gov. Greg Abbott, commercial restaurants are closed until at least April 3 except for drive-through pickup. Feeding ministries are moving to a version of that model. Breakfast on Beech Street (B.O.B.S), City Light Community Ministries,

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  Editor’s Note: The coronavirus is hitting everyone hard and that is especially true of places that depend on volunteers. The universities are closed until further notice, meaning many nonprofits are without their regular volunteers. Meals on Wheels for example is in need of volunteer drivers, even on a substitute basis. Every agency in town that relies on volunteers is

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