“Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins.Offer hospitality to one another without grumbling.”
1 Peter 4:8-9
WHAT IS NEIGHBORLY?
Neighborly is our monthly focus to help spread the love and generosity of Jesus in tangible, impactful ways to those around us, across the street and across the world. Each month we focus on a different area of need, finding ways that any and all can be involved in making our communities stronger.
JANUARY FOCUS // ADOPT-A-HOSPITALAll Month Long
It’s always great when one Neighborly project can actually help two specific areas, which is exactly what’s happening for January’s project that we’re calling “Adopt A Hospital.” Due to the rise in Covid cases nationally, we’re providing meals for frontline workers at NCMC and partnering with a local food truck to make it happen. $10 provides one meal to a frontline worker, and helps a local food truck in the process.
Please visit the Neighborly table in Greeley or Windsor to make a donation that provides a meal for a frontline worker at NCMC. For those interested in serving, but unable to make a donation, you can stop by the Neighborly table to write a card that will be given to a frontline worker at NCMC. ONLINE:
If you’re joining us online in this season, you can get involved in two ways: 1) Give an online donation to a frontline worker at NCMC by clicking HERE. $10 provides one meal to a frontline worker at NCMC. 2) Write a personal card to a frontline worker and drop it off at our Greeley office or mail it to Generations Church, 3600 W 22nd St, Greeley, CO 80634. All cards must be received by January 31st at the latest. NOTE:
While a $10 donation provides one meal for a frontline worker at NCMC, feel free to donate more than $10 if you are able.
Want to contribute financially instead of shopping?
Just mark your gift as “Misc Designated” and leave us a note that it is for Neighborly! Suggested donation of $10 provides a meal for a healthcare worker, but please give as you feel led.
NEED HELP? WANT TO HELP?
Our Neighborly Challenge is that every person at Generations practices hospitality in thoughtful and creative ways within their circle of influence. In their neighborhood. At church. At work. In the community. And in our world.
Beyond that, as a church, we’re passionate about connecting those who might be missed. Would you or a loved one like a phone call, a virtual visit, a meal, an errand run or have any need we can meet? Or do you have something to offer and time or ability to go beyond your circle of influence to do that?
Either way, let us know by clicking the button below.