Corinth United Methodist Church
Sunday, March 18, 2018

Missions @ Corinth

Missions Update



Thanks to everyone who helped to support our Christmas projects! Our second Christmas party in conjunction with The Way was a wonderful event. Corinth served approximately 70 children and adults from the community a full Christmas meal, hosted Santa and offered pictures with the jolly fellow and games for the kids. We also adopted nearly 50 children and provided Christmas joy for them and their grateful parents.

We will be focusing on the SHOW (Stopping Hunger on Weekends) bags project for the next few months. Both funds and food donations are needed to continue providing these much-needed nutritious food items to local students. If you have not already done so, please take a moment to check out the poster the Fair Oaks students made to express their thanks (mounted on our missions bulletin board). More details about items needed may be found on the missions table.


Thanks so much for all you do!

Charlotte Sheppard



If you are able to help with ReEstablish Richmond's request for transportation for refugees attending training classes, please reach out to Charlotte Sheppard.  




We support

Eastern Henrico FISH
Your canned good or personal care donations are always needed and very much appreciated, drop off at missions table in the Social Hall!




Adult Toothbrushes 



Canned Mixed Vegetables






are being made for the ASK Foundation for children with cancer.


of all sizes are being made for Appalachia, VCU Hospital, and the homeless.

Prayer Shawls

hand crocheted and knitted and given to members of the church who may be having a difficult time.

Baby Caps

crocheted for babies at local hospital.

Activity Quilts

made especially for Alzheimer's patients in local nursing homes.

Click on the logo above for information about Operation Sharehouse.