The Library and Pantry Ministry is in Use!
The Little Free Library and the Little Free Pantry in front of the church has been helping a lot of people in our neighborhood. If you are able to restock either one or both, please do.
Anyone in the community can donate or borrow books from the Little Free Library and donate or receive food from the Little Free Pantry.
You can help by setting aside some new or gently used books to put into the library and adding a non-perishable pantry donation to your weekly shopping list. Suggestions for the pantry include canned goods, box cereal, small bags of rice, etc.
If you have any questions, contact Andrea Ballantine.
Cass Corridor Collections Resume
During these difficult times dealing with COVOD-19 and people being out of work, we are in need of donations. The SOTC Outreach Ministry is again collecting gently used clothing, toiletries (no glass), and non-perishable food. Items can be placed in the labeled container located in the Narthex.
For more information contact Jackie Banks or Pastor Dupre.
Wellspring Academy Launches in 2021
WELLSPRING LUTHERAN SERVICES will be opening Michigan’s first public recovery High School in January 2021, for teens struggling with addictions of drugs or alcohol. The Wellspring Academy has the capacity for 120 (grades 9-12) and will support teens to maintain sobriety as they complete high school and earn their diploma. The high school is a free-standing charter school on an 80-acre campus and is supported by Michigan International Prep School (MIPS). The school building is located at 28000 W. Nine Mile Rd. on the Wellspring campus in Farmington Hills.
Wellspring Academy will launch virtually in January 2021 with wraparound recovery support services and a drop-in center at the Farmington Hills campus. In-person classes will officially begin in September 2021. For more information about Wellspring Academy and information on how to enroll your student, please visit www.wellspringacademy.com.