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Commons Church collecting items and recruiting volunteers to honor Healthcare Workers

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A press release from The Commons Church:

Healthcare workers go home every day knowing that they have changed lives. They make a difference every day! The Commons Church is inviting you and our local community to rally with us to honor the healthcare workers in our community.

Please join us on Sunday, October 31st during our service as we create cards, gift bags, and spend time praying for local healthcare workers. Do you have a family member, friend, neighbor, or coworker who works in healthcare? Please share their name or initials ( we want to respect privacy) with the church so we can pray for them specifically.

Canvas gift bags will be created by Kid’s Culture Childcare with kid’s handprints on them. Please bring in donations for the gift bags of:

  1. Chocolate,
  2. Energy bars,
  3. Fresh fruit (apples/oranges),
  4. Mints or Gum
  5. Tea
  6. Coffee
  7. Gel inserts for shoes
  8. Water Bottles
  9. Gift cards to local coffee shops, Potter’s House Bakery, or local restaurants.
  10. Microwave Popcorn bags

Frisbee Hospital is partnering with us to provide a Healthcare Worker Celebration event on November 3rd from 3 pm to 7 pm. Please join us as we spend time in the lobby of Frisbee Hospital for a healthcare blessing at 4 pm and 6 pm.

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