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ABCRM announces the first 2020 recipients of the Pueblo Grant
(Feb. 21, 2020) -- The ABCRM is excited to announce that it has recently awarded the Pueblo Legacy Grant to four area churches. These awards help to illustrate how some of our local churches are reaching out to their respective neighborhoods in order to create relational “connectivity.”
The award recipients are:
First Baptist Church in Sterling, which is starting a “Community Outreach Recovery Program.”
Solomon Temple, which received a grant to help fund monthly neighborhood meals in their community.
Crossroads Church, which is working with Beyond Home to repair a property for a single mom and her three kids.
First Baptist Church Colorado Springs, which is hosting a “Lift Your Voice” Communal Meal and Service in order to help celebrate Black History Month.
Congratulations to these churches and to their congregations! We wish them the very best as they seek to serve their communities and to spread the love and knowledge of Jesus Christ.
As a reminder to all of our churches, the Pueblo Legacy Grant provides financial support for the development of ABCRM pastors, for the creation and continuation of community service projects, and for the support of ABCRM camps. The deadlines for the grant application are Jan. 31 and July 31 of the awarding year.
For more information or to download the application, click here.
A chance to serve Jesus at the 80th Sturgis bike rally
(Feb. 21, 2020) -- More people than ever are expected to descend upon the Black Hills this year (Aug. 8-16) for the 80th Sturgis Black Hills Rally, and American Baptists will be there to help with a variety of needs.
Established as the ABC Emergency Services Center, this mission project looks for volunteers to help meet, feed, transport, and to counsel some of the nearly 400,000 people (on average) who attend the rally. You don’t need a motorcycle to participate … but you do need a heart for evangelism. The Emergency Services Center especially needs women volunteers to help assist the large percentage of women and children who also attend the event.
If you can help out for the entire week—or part of it—there’s an opportunity waiting just for you. Click on the below links in order to view the event flyer and application. And pastors, share this information with your congregants … who might be motorcycle enthusiasts who would love the chance to attend—and to minister—at Sturgis.
This event is sponsored jointly by ABC Dakotas and ABC Nebraska.