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February 8, 2017


Issue: 17.03


exist to lead people to become fully committed followers of


Jesus Christ

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God is Breaking Through in

New and Powerful Ways!

As we continue to pray for God to break through in new and powerful ways within our individual lives and the life of Church of the Servant, it will be important to be looking for signs of those breakthroughs and be quick to call attention to and celebrate those signs of new life. Earlier today, an unscheduled visitor popped into my office, and through the course of our conversation all I could keep thinking was, “This is the type of breakthrough for which we have been praying!” Scott Braly and his wife Emily (along with their two children) are relatively new additions to Church of the Servant, having moved to OKC in recent years from their prior home in Texas. The Bralys bring with them a passion for Christ, a passion for people and experience from their prior congregation as to how small groups and fellowship work to bring our Christian discipleship to life and how those shared experiences can strengthen marriages and families as well as bring balance to work and life. Active in our “Seasons” Sunday School class, which is anchored by Lauri and Kent Buchanan, Scott has recently begun to gather men for a weekly time of study and fellowship. Apparent in the group from the beginning has been a hunger for a venue allowing open discussion of life and faith. From such seeds grow life-changing ministries, the impact of which we can scarcely imagine at this point. From my perspective, the breakthrough is not the establishment of the group (even though it is to be celebrated!); the real movement of God is witnessed in the willingness of Scott Rev. Randy Shrauner to step up and step into the call to ministry God has placed on his heart. Church of the Executive Minister Servant is filled with men and women possessing the gifts and graces to change the world around us for the sake of Jesus Christ: men and women within whom God has placed an idea, a hope, the dream of sharing the gospel in their unique way. I think of a group of women who have changed the course of lives through “Stand in the Gap.” I think of Dave Carmichael, Peter Weaver, and Tom McGee who are finding opportunities to teach and share their gifts and experience with others. I think of Daley Spear who just this week has stepped into an internship role within our Student Ministries. God is breaking through in our individual lives and the life of our congregation. Is it possible God is whispering in your ear, asking you to step off the bench and into the game? Is it possible that God has placed on your heart an idea or a dream of a particular mission or ministry? I would encourage you to listen carefully and be willing to put voice to that idea. Visit with your friends and those close to you – it is possible God is speaking to them as well! God is breaking through in a new and powerful way here at Church of the Servant! – Randy

Blood Drive

Sunday, February 12

All morning in Community Hall

Make a Difference, Save a life, Give Blood! On this Sunday before Valentine’s Day, show some love for a stranger by giving blood. Our church faithfully continues to hold quarterly blood drives in partnership with the Oklahoma Blood Institute. Over the years, some of our faithful donors have not been able to continue due to health and life circumstances. Would you consider taking their place and becoming part of our team of donors here at Servant? Stop by Community Hall on Sunday, and in a few moments of information giving, you can help save lives. It is a simple Sunday morning commitment that truly makes a huge impact! Page 2 I

Stop Hunger Now Packing Event Register Today!


STOP HUNGER NOW Meal Packaging Event is Sunday, March 5. Individuals, families, and groups will volunteer for one of three shifts to package 151,000 meals. Register for Stop Hunger Now this Sunday at the Shack in the Concourse, or register online at www. 4th & 5th GRADERS – Register for Stop Hunger Now! Check in Suite 45 for more information, or register at www. M&M’s RAISE MONEY FOR STOP HUNGER NOW! We all love M&M’s! Let your love for M&M’s help raise money for Stop Hunger Now. Here’s how: As you leave service this Sunday, pick up a container of M&M’s to take home. After you eat all of the M&M’s, fill the container up with quarters, dollar bills or a check! Then, bring the container back with you to church next Sunday! A full container of quarters is $14. Our goal is to raise $7,000 from this M&M fundraiser. Enjoy the M&M’s!

Celebrating and Sharing the Fish Fund Each year, the offerings received in the Fish Fund allow the mission work of the church to continue into the next year. The funds given in 2016 were $37,013. These funds will be used in 2017 for mission. Below, you will see how funds were dispersed in 2016. God bless you and thank you for your faithfulness in sharing with others. You may never know the individual lives or the impact these funds have made, but they are a representation of Kingdom work beyond our doors!

Funds Distributed in 2016: $4,100 $4,400 $2,500 $1,000 $2,000 $1,650 $3,270 $1,500 $232 $6,000 $500 $300 $500 $2,120 $918 $2,783

Mobile Meals Whiz Kids My Heart’s Appeal Liberia Grace Fellowship Park Ministry Project Transformation CJAMM New Day Camp High School Mission Trip Vietnam Mission Trip UMCOR Relief Buckets Rebuilding Together Cookson Hills Capps Middle School Mexico Mission Exploration Operation Christmas Dinner Apartment Complex Events Benevolence in the Community

Special Appeals: $7,200 $28,000 $24,500 $27,000 $6,700

Penn Avenue Redemption Church Looking for Volunteers Are you looking for a meaningful way to mentor and serve in a way that could make a difference in a life? Penn Avenue Redemption Church is a congregation that meets on Thursdays and Sunday afternoons for individuals who are coming out of incarceration. This ministry is connected to Exodus House, where our church furnishes an apartment for a person transitioning back into life after incarceration. Right now, the church has a critical shortage of DOC badged volunteers at Penn Avenue and is looking for help. There is an easy three-week volunteer orientation on Thursdays and Sundays where one can try out the experience to see if it is a calling for you. This might be just what you are looking for to make a difference! Maybe your life is at the place where you have the time and the heart to offer. Please contact Pastor Brad Rogers at Office 405-528-0963, Cell 405-613-8663, email: TheRogers703@, or Dr. Robyn Goggs at 728-4711 if you have questions.

Car Seats (Fit to Serve) Stop Hunger Now Skyline Clothes for Kids Maua Methodist Hospital, Kenya Student and Children’s Ministries Mission Trips

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Motorcycle for Kenyan Street Children Rescue Center

It’s finally arrived! Over a year ago, Servant sent $1,800 for a motor bike to bring children from the streets of Maua to a rural rescue center. The center opened in April 2016 and the motor bike just arrived in January 2017. It was worth waiting for! It’s sturdy, large, and can handle the rough roads. Stanley Gitari, Community Outreach Director for Maua Methodist Hospital, wrote in an email, “We are happy dancing, finally we have received the motor bike for the rescue center. I have no better words to express our gratitude for this kind and generous donation to the center.” Stanley continues, “There are currently 20 staff members – social workers, farmers, cooks, house parents, and teachers – who work with children who have moved to our residential facility. We also have staff members who teach positive parenting, conflict resolution and effective communication, and economic strengthening (self-help groups). This outreach is run by leaders of the Methodist Church of Kenya and Maua Methodist Hospital.” As individuals, we may not feel personally connected to Maua Methodist Hospital and its community outreach programs, but there is no doubt that they feel a personal connection to Church of the Servant!

Adult Beginning Yoga Class Be good to yourself; awaken your body, mind and spirit with Yoga. This class will focus on basic Yoga postures including stretching, breathing and relaxation. When you incorporate Yoga into your life, it can help with blood pressure, improve your immune system, mental clarity, flexibility, and reduce stress, to name a few of the benefits. All ages and abilities will be accommodated. 8 week class - $60 Tuesday Mornings, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. January 31 – March 21 Contact Jo Fendrych, 808-3082, to enroll or if you need more information. Proceeds donated to Church of the Servant and A Place to Grow, Inc. Scholarships are available. Page 4 I


Thursday, February 9 at 10:30 a.m. Prime Time will experience a very special treat at the February 9th meeting, as we welcome the talent of our very own Darci Farmer! Darci, as many of you already know, became a self-taught ventriloquist two years ago at the age of 10. Since then she’s been featured on NBC’s “Little Big Shots”, hosted by Steve Harvey. In July, she attended her first International Ventriloquist Convention in Kentucky, where she was the first child ventriloquist in its 40-year history to share the stage for the evening performance with celebrity ventriloquists. Last month, Darci flew to London, England, where she taped the U.K. version of “Little Big Shots” that is scheduled to air some time next spring. She is a student at Deer Creek Intermediate School and attends Church of the Servant with her parents, Clarke and Misty Farmer and siblings Nick, Dalton, and Nate. We will also have a cold-weather comfort meal of Chicken Alfredo, Veggies, Salad, and Strawberry Shortcake. Program alone is $2.00, with the meal it’s $10.00. You don’t want to miss Darci’s performance, as well as the good food and Prime Time fellowship! Mark your calendar and be sure to sign up at the Welcome Center or call the church office, 721-4141, to reserve your spot!

Profile of Faithfulness Our church family has been so important to us. The support we have received over the years has been truly remarkable. Servant has been there for us in our celebrations as well as our heartaches. Because of this, our spiritual life has become enriched with love and faithfulness. From our pastors, to our friends, to Sunday school classes, to youth mission trips and beyond, we have felt loved here at Servant. God has been steadfast and faithful to our family. He has blessed us all in so many ways. We stay faithful to Him and know that He is always with us. He celebrates our successes and holds us in our defeats. We have experienced heartache beyond what we thought we could handle, but God was always there showing us His grace and love. He showed us this through family and friends from church. We wouldn’t have made it through without our faith in God and His love for us. Servant has been with us in the triumphs and the trials. For this, we are truly thankful. God and church are our constant. Our family has found that together we can utilize our gifts in many different

LtoR: Nick, Darci, Misty, Clarke, Nate, and Dalton Farmer facets of our church community and beyond. Being thankful for our blessings has helped us to do this. We each have learned how we can glorify God in our own individual lives by teaching Sunday school, leading music in worship, serving on mission trips, counseling at camps, leading Bible studies,

and just simply having an encouraging smile. These have helped us serve God and serve others. Servant has given us these opportunities which have strengthened our faith as a family. – Misty Farmer

It’s Time for Hearts and Flowers! Earthglow is literally abloom with hearts and flowers. Stop by today and find a gift for your favorite Valentine! There are many new selections for spring – unique journals and notepads, colorful poppies, peonies and daisies for your decorating pleasure, inspiring cards for all occasions, and even totes with tissue and gift cards to wrap up your treasures. All proceeds benefit local missions!

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Buck and a Bible for Men

Are you an early riser? Why not begin your Tuesday morning with coffee, a donut, and a thoughtful discussion with a group of other men? Start the day right, thinking of God’s presence in your life. Buck and a Bible is led by a team of men who thoughtfully plan and lead each week. A new study begins on February 28 entitled “Game Plan for Life,” written by Joe Gibbs. It’s an “average Joe’s” guide to what the Bible has to say about such topics as: relationships, finance, physical, emotional and spiritual health, finding a vocation, and living a life of purpose. Mike Bible, who has a heart for Christ and a gift for sharing, will facilitate these sessions. For questions, contact Mike Bible at or text 405-642-0521. Special thanks to Peter Weaver who kicked of the new year leading the first session study. Come join us at 6:30 a.m. in Community Hall each Tuesday morning.


Stand in the Gap for Widows

Kindred Community: For women who have lost their husbands Luncheon: Saturday, February 18, 11:30 a.m. Community Hall

“There is just something, something unspoken, when walking into a room by yourself that is full of other women who know what it is like to be a widow. That shared commonality somehow ushers comfort and community. No words need be spoken, but words of understanding issue from each heart.” (Author Unknown) If you are a widow, you will truly enjoy attending this lunch. Our own Lisa Boone will bring a talk inspired by Philippians 4:4-7. As she walks through the passage and her own stories of life, she will connect with our stories. Through fellowship, sharing and writing our own personal prayer, we will have a transformative time together! Please come or invite a woman you know who would feel uplifted by this experience. God shines through Lisa in ways that will deeply touch our hearts. This is one lunch you don’t want to miss! Contact Sherri Price, or 748-3111, with questions or to RSVP. Page 6 I

Save the Date!

Our Annual Women’s Retreat at the Chickasaw Retreat Center will be September 8-10. Registration will begin in August, but save the date on your calendar!

Sharing the Kingdom for Women Sharing the Kingdom is a Tuesday morning study group of women that meets 9:15-10:30 a.m. in Community Hall. Women of all ages are welcome for fellowship and sharing in a discussion. This year has begun with great leadership from Dr. Dave Carmichael! Dave will continue to lead by beginning a new six-week study of John Ortberg’s book “God is Closer Than You Think” on February 14. Intimacy with God can happen right now if you want it! Connecting with God is not just for monks or ascetics. It is for you and me – all of us. The format of a short video and a table discussion will continue. Come and join us!

A Mahjong Game: New Opportunity for Fellowship During the Week Mahjong is a game of Chinese origin usually played by four persons with 144 domino-like pieces or tiles marked in suits, counters, and dice; the object being to build a winning combination of pieces. A group has begun on Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m. in 13:2 Coffee Shop. Instructions are given for beginners. There is a $9 charge for the 2017 card that comes out in March. Contact Patty Teague for more information – 405-475-9765.

Tenaciously Teal Women’s Ministry began the New Year by serving others at the annual “New You, New You” event. Tarah Warren, founder of the nonprofit Tenaciously Teal, spoke about her battle with ovarian cancer and her ministry of encouragement to cancer fighters. Her message of encouraging others even in the midst of your own struggles was inspiring. Dr. Robyn Goggs said, “Tarah’s story showed me how, even in the depths of despair, God doesn’t give up on us and continues to point us to our calling to serve his kingdom.”


As Tarah was undergoing chemotherapy, she felt God asking her, “You know of the suffering of many, will you continue to be a catalyst for showing my love to those who are hurting?” She began bringing cancer packs containing simple items including Gatorade, protein bars, hand sanitizer, lotion, Kleenex, journals, green tea, crossword puzzles/word finds, chapstick, and cozy men’s and women’s socks to encourage her fellow patients and make them more comfortable. A ministry was born as God has continued to use Tarah’s acts of kindness to form a network of support for cancer fighters who need encouragement and a reminder of God’s love. Tenaciously Teal volunteers have delivered over 6,300 care packs to cancer fighters at 15 treatment centers in Oklahoma. They are also mailed nationwide by request. Serving others is at the very heart of Church of the Servant. The ladies decorated cancer bags, wrote personal notes, and donated gift cards to be distributed by Tenaciously Teal volunteers. Tarah speaks to groups and hosts Care Pack events. If you would like to learn more about the ministry of Tenaciously Teal, go to

Student Ministry Intern We are excited to announce our newest intern – Daley Spear! Daley is an incredible man with a passion for Christ and students to encounter their Creator. Below are some of Daley’s words about this opportunity: My name is Daley Spear and I am currently a sophomore at the University of Central Oklahoma. I’ve been a member of Church of the Servant for a year now, but I’ve been attending for over 2 years. I was active in High School Ministry my Senior year and loved my experience. Once I graduated, I got involved as a leader. Recently, I was presented with an opportunity be an intern with Student Ministry. I am doing this internship to gain experience in administration and learn how to tackle larger projects and duties. I also am doing this internship to dedicate my time to something that I truly love. The High School ministries here at COS gave me a place to go when I was going through a tough time and helped me become the man in Christ I am today. With this internship, I’m hoping it gives me the ability to learn new skills and grow to find what it is that God is calling me to pursue in life.

NextGen High School Ministry’s Parent/Student Mission Trip

On June 18-24, High School Ministry will offer a Parent & Student Mission Trip in Rio Bravo, Mexico. While there, we will work with an incredible organization called Manos Juntas which means Hands Together. Manos Juntas, a ministry of the Methodist Church, is located in Northern Mexico – 15 minutes away from McAllen, Texas. Over the past two decades, many Oklahoma UMC Churches have partnered with this organization which seeks to reach the poor with the love of Jesus Christ. Manos Juntas runs a free medical clinic during the week and also builds schools, homes, and community centers. Thousands of lives have been touched and changed because of this amazing ministry. On February 19, we will host an informational meeting for anyone who is interested in attending the trip. The meeting will take place in The Point Student Center at 12:00 p.m. This will be a short meeting for parents and students to ask questions and find out all of the trip details. If you have any questions, contact Sang Nguyen, snguyen@ SERVANT February 8, 2017 I Page 7

NextGen Kanakuk KampOut! Coming to Servant Servant Kids, ages 5-12, have an amazing opportunity to attend Kanakuk KampOut! right here at Servant, July 10-14. KampOut! is a ministry of Kanakuk, a non-denominational Christian summer camp ministry dedicated to developing dynamic Christian leaders through lifechanging experiences, Godly relationships, and spiritual training. Kanakuk created KampOut! as a way to partner with the local church to impact the community by reaching families with the Kanakuk experience – all for the sake of the Gospel. You can find out more about Kanakuk and KampOut! at KampOut! will take place on July 10 to 14 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Servant. Registration will be available for Servant families, February 6-20. It will be open to the public beginning February 21st. To guarantee your child a spot, register at www. by February 20. The camp fee is $250.00.

Kanakuk describes KampOut! as a “1week high energy, non-stop excitement, traveling Christian day camp experience! Every KampOut! Kamper will see and hear that God is a loving Father and wonderful Creator who loves them and desires for us to love others. Kids will have a blast flying down our zipline, scaling the climbing wall, bouncing in the incredible inflatables, and laughing at our crazy skits!” You may be asking, “Why are we hosting KampOut! at Church of the Servant?” The simple answer is that we want to offer as many unique opportunities as we can to reach our community for Christ. We know that families in and around our community are often looking for summer activities that provide a safe and fun experience for their kids. We believe that KampOut! will provide this opportunity for families while sharing with them the Gospel of Jesus Christ! Plus, our mission at Servant is to combine the influences of the family and the church to lead the next generation to become fully


(3 & 4 year old Preschool, Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten) and Starbright Children’s Day Out (6 mos - 3 years) will be calling church members on our wait lists for the 2017-2018 school year beginning March 6. Don’t miss this opportunity to enroll your child in quickly-filling classes. Visit our Websites to download one or both of our wait list applications today at or


committed followers of Christ. We know that KampOut! is another opportunity for us to lead our kids to become committed followers of Christ. With the addition of KampOut! to our other summer opportunities for kids, we have made the decision to move our annual Kidz Camp to the fall of 2017. This great event will now take place on the weekend of September 29 – October 1 at Canyon Camp. Making this change means we will provide families with children at least one unique ministry experience every month from June through November. And this is outside of our regular weekly programming! We are so excited about KampOut! as well as all of the other opportunities we have to lead the next generation to become fully committed followers of Christ. You will be receiving more information about all of these opportunities in the weeks to come. If you have any questions, please contact Cathy Hersom at

ALL KIDS WHO LOVE TO SING! The Kids Musical Project will be performing an original musical on Palm Sunday afternoon, before the annual Easter Egg hunt. Parents, please save these dates on your calendar – March 5, 19, 26, April 2, 8 (dress rehearsal), and April 9 (performance). Sunday rehearsals will begin after morning services, 12-1:30 p.m., and we will be providing pizza for the kids who attend. All kids in grades K-5 are eligible to participate. Contact Paul Gebb with any questions, Register at

If your child attends WOW on Wednesdays or 10:45 Sunday school class on Sundays, you should be receiving a Parent Cue sheet from your child’s leader as they check out your child. What is a Parent Cue? It is a synopsis of the lesson the kids have studied and discussed during that session along with discussion starters to help parents and kids discuss the lesson – great car talk. Why do we feel these Parent Cues are important? The mission of the Next Generation Ministry at Church of the Servant is to lead the next generation (children and students) to become fully committed followers of Jesus Christ. One of the strategies to meet this goal is to influence parents and leaders, by modeling, teaching, empowering and celebrating. The information contained in the Parent Cues should help parents teach and empower their children. If you are not receiving Parent Cues or you have comments – we love constructive criticism – please share with us by contacting Cathy Hersom at Page 8 I

Our Life Together Our Prayers

u Sam and Cindy Adkins as Sam recuperates from surgery. u Paul and Stefanie Amaral as Paul deals with health issues. u Shelby Barnes as Shelby recuperates from an illness. u Ron and Shirley Beckett as Ron recuperates from injuries from a fall. u Dan and Cathy Bush as Cathy recuperates from an illness. u David, Jayme, Callan and Price Cincotta as Jayme deals with health issues. u Dale and Elaine Cox as they both recuperate from an illness. u Dow and Carolyn Dozier as Carolyn recuperates from outpatient surgery. u Dennis and Sally Gilstrap as Dennis deals with health issues. u Tom and Linda Gulley as Tom faces surgery at OCOM North. u Nick and Ann Knutson as Nick faces surgery at St. Anthony Bone & Joint Hospital. u David Larson as David deals with health issues.

Our Sympathy

u Kevin, Tiffany, Matthew and Abby Haggard and Family at the death of Kevin’s father, David Haggard. u Darrel, Kellie and Chandler Hardy and Family at the death of Kellie’s father and Chandler’s grandfather, Roy Chandler. u Rick and Shirley Jackson, Christy Adams, Sean and Liz Jackson, Stuart and Whitney Jackson, and Jason and Jama Baskin and Family at the death of Shirley’s mother and Christy’s, Sean’s, Stuart’s and Jama’s grandmother, Marie Skelton. u Dale and June Krumme and Family at the death of Dale and June’s son, Scott Krumme. u Darryl and Maxine Leslie, Storm Leslie, Melinda and Morgan Johnson and Family at the death of Darryl and Maxine’s daughter, Storm’s mother, Melinda’s sister, and Morgan’s aunt, Laura Leslie. u Ken, Michaela, and Kyle McKuen and Family at the death of Ken’s wife and Michaela’s and Kyle’s mother, Linda McKuen. u Jennifer Tippin and Family at the death of Jennifer’s grandmother, Lola Maxine Tippin.

u Ken Marose as Ken’s mother, Jean Marose is hospitalized at Mercy Health Center.


u Susy Wilson and the late Bob Wilson at the birth of their granddaughter, Josey Carter. The proud parents and brother are Adam, Casey and Hearly Carter. The proud uncle, aunt, and cousin are David, Kristen and Maggie Mercer.


When a family is faced with an illness or crisis, it is sometimes difficult to remember to inform Care Ministries of that special situation. As a church family, all of us can help. If you know of a member who would benefit from our specialized care or our prayers through Care Ministries, call Care Ministries at 728-4738 or 312-4634.

Sundays in the Kitchen Full Breakfast - $6; Lunch - $9; Kid’s Plate - $3.50

u 2/12 – Creamy Chicken Alfredo, Veggies, Bread Sticks, Caesar Salad & Dessert. u 2/19 – Meatloaf, Mashers, Veggies, Rolls & Dessert.

u Melissa Marshall as Melissa faces surgery at Mercy Health Center. u Vicki Muir as she deals with health issues. u Jeff, Gaybra, Savannah, Jackson, and Molly Schultz as Gaybra’s father, Bill Gideon, deals with health issues. u David and Terri Smith as their son, Robby Smith, deals with health issues. u Susan Sutter as Susan faces surgery at McBride Orthopedic Hospital. u Dan and Linda Trammell as Linda faces surgery at Community Hospital North. u Andrew and Debra Tuls as Debra recuperates from surgery. u Joyce Tyson as Joyce faces surgery at Integris Baptist Medical Center. u Susy Wilson as Susy’s daughter, Casey Carter, recuperates from surgery and is hospitalized at the OU Medical Center.

WALK TO EMMAUS The Walk to Emmaus is a spiritual renewal program intended to strengthen the local church through the development of Christian disciples and leaders. The program’s approach seriously considers the model of Christ’s servanthood and encourages Christ’s disciples to act in ways appropriate to being “a servant of all.” The event spans 72 hours, beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday and ending at about 6:30 p.m. on Sunday. The application fee is $100.00, with all meals provided. This fee may be split with $50.00 attached to the application and the balance at check-in on Thursday. We accept cash and personal checks. Spring 2017 Emmaus Walks are scheduled, and the teams are in training. Men’s Walk #143 will be held at Oak Park Retreat Center in Perkins, OK, March 9 - 12, 2017. Women’s Walk #144 will be at the same location March 23 - 26, 2017. Please pray about who you want to sponsor, and tell them what your Emmaus Walk meant to you. We need sponsors to bring us Pilgrims. We need applications so we can hold the Walks! Please don’t wait until the last minute to get your applications to Judie Ellis. We need them as soon as possible for planning purposes. Contact Judie at 405-250-1333 or if you have any questions. SERVANT February 8, 2017 I Page 9

Church of the Servant

14343 N MacArthur Blvd Oklahoma City, OK 73142-9725


STOP HUNGER NOW Meal Packaging Event is Sunday, March 5. Individuals, families, and groups will volunteer for one of three shifts to package 151,000 meals. Register for Stop Hunger Now today at

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