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Exciting Changes Coming July 2017


We have some exciting things to announce for our
One Thing area coming in July! Stay tuned.

March One Thing: Chemo Care Packages


Each month, we focus on doing One Thing as a church to show the love of Christ. This month we are partnering with Sanford & St John’s hospitals to provide chemotherapy care packages for adults and kids who are starting treatment. Please take a gift bag, fill it with the recommended items and return the care package(s) to the One Thing area by the end of the month. THANK YOU.

Recommended Items for the Chemotherapy Care Packages

For Adults:
Puzzles, Sudoku, crossword
Individual Kleenex packs
Small size hand lotion (low or no fragrance)
Hard candy – peppermints (to help relieve dry throats or nausea)

For Kids:
Fun kids’ soft toothbrushes
Stress balls
Silly straws
Small journals
Crayons, markers, coloring books
Card games

For any questions, please email

February One Thing: Thank You Notes


Each month, we focus on doing One Thing as a church to show the love of Christ. This month, we are focusing on writing thank you notes. A simple note of thanks and appreciation goes a long ways. We hope you’ll participate in this month’s One Thing by writing a thank you note to a family member, someone who’s served or is currently serving our country, a teacher, a role model, mentor or friend. Stop by a One Thing area at any campus lobby to pick up some thank you notes to mail out! As a church, we hope to write thousands of thank you’s this month!


January One Thing: Food Pantry


Each month, Embrace focuses on doing One Thing as a church to show the love of Christ to others. For the month of January, we are collecting rice, boxed meals (i.e. Hamburger Helper) and canned fruit for our local Food Pantries. Donated food products have a direct impact on relieving hunger across the country. Our local food pantries are stocked thanks to businesses, churches and individuals in our communities. THANK YOU.