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Outreach Ministries

Care Meals
Coordinator- Amy Andersen

The Care Meal Ministry provides meals to members who are recovering from surgery, undergoing treatment, or facing other life challenges. Volunteers coordinate meals that are suited to the recipient's needs. If you would like to be part of the pool of people who may be called upon to provide meals, please contact our coordinator.

Food Shelf
The Vanderbloemen Family

Christian Faith Moravian Church helps support the local food pantry located at the Windsor United Church of Christ.
As demand has risen at area food pantries, our food pantry coordinator encourages members of Christian Faith to respond with food donations by organizing collections at our church. These generous donations are then taken to the Windsor United Church of Christ by our coordinator to be distributed.

Homeless Shelter
Coordinator- Peggy Landgraf

Christian Faith Moravian Church volunteers at the Homeless Shelter located in Madison, at the Grace Episcopal Church, every other month. On our scheduled month the coordinator gets volunteers to meet at our church on Tuesday morning at 7 am to make brown bag lunches for the shelter. The following morning the coordinator gets two volunteers to serve breakfast at the shelter beginning at 6 am.

DeForest Area Needs Network
Coordinator- Marlene Sobek

Christian Faith has a volunteer representative for D.A.N.N.

D.A.N.N. helps assist families and individuals who find themselves needing emergency funds for things like rent, utilities, and medical expenses. Our representative helps organize collections at Christian Faith to help support these needs. The largest project our coordinator organizes at Christian Faith is the Christmas Mitten Tree through D.A.N.N. Members of our church members are able to provide gifts to be distributed to children of need residing within the DeForest Area School District.

Funeral Luncheon Committee
Marty Karow & Marlene Sobek

The Women's Group of Christian Faith Moravian Church offers comfort, support, and fellowship by setting up a luncheon for the family following the funeral service. They organize the meal, than serve and clean up afterward as needed. Members of the church are contacted and asked to provide food for the luncheon. You may be asked to bring a main dish, salad, dessert, or other items.

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