Nov 18 Friday
Demonstrate your commitment to the concern of homelessness. Register to "sleepout" in the parking lot of the MACH offices or at your home, office or campus to raise community awareness. Register to "sleepout" with others in the parking lot of the MACH office or hold a "sleepout" at your home, office, campus or elsewhere in the River Region. Use social media materials to raise awareness and to encourage donations to MACH's Street Outreach program. This is a family-friendly event that is meant to build community around the community concern of homelessness. It will be held outdoors and feature meals and thought-provoking music and programming on the evening of the Sleepout as well as the morning after. Non-perishable canned goods are being collected during the event for the Montgomery Area Food Bank. Monetary donations to MACH's Street Outreach program are welcome and appreciated and can be made through the MACH website.
Nov 19 Saturday
You are invited to come join us November 19,2022 at 11am to ourTruly Grateful Thanksgiving Giveaway presented by Choose One Or Lose One, 3 Folds Care Inc. and Provitt Prints, LLC250 Turkey boxes with sides included for the families in need.Feel free to donate can goods or any non perishable items.📍 Drop off address is 3300 Hayneville Road.
Nov 20 Sunday
Guest Preacher will be:
Rev Darryl Caldwell Antioch MBCBanks Al
7th Pastoral Anniversary for Pastor Larry & Leola Minor. All are welcome. Dinner will be served.
Dec 06 Tuesday
On Tuesday, Dec. 6, the Town of Pike Road will host its annual Christmas Spectacular at Town Hall (9575 Vaughn Road), beginning at 5:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to this free, family-friendly evening of holiday cheer.
The event will feature holiday tunes & performances from Pike Road Dance Academy, the SweetCreek Cloggers, and the Pike Road Theatre Company, a Christmas story read by Town of Pike Road Mayor Gordon Stone, hot chocolate served by volunteers from the Pike Road Schools PTSAs, and a snowy treat!
The Dec. 6 Christmas Spectacular will kick off the Season of Giving Holiday Collections Drive. Beginning Dec. 6, we invite you to drop off donations of winter clothing, hygiene items, and non-perishable food items at Town Hall. Donations will go directly to the Food Pantry at Woodland UMC and the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care Systems. From Dec. 6 - noon on Dec. 20, donations can be dropped off at Town Hall (9575 Vaughn Rd) on weekdays from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Stay tuned for a list of suggested donations!
We hope to see you under the tree on Dec. 6!
Featuring First Ladies of various congregations to share on topics of Christmas such as Family Gatherings, Gift Giving, Love, Peace, Joy and Forgiveness!