After a brief relocation to Fort Bend County, Suzanna’s Cupboard Food Pantry, now known as The Well on Masters Road, is once again serving families in the Manvel area.
The pantry began at Manvel Grace UMC and moved when FUMC Pearland acquired the land that would be the Redeemer campus. Though the pantry is not a direct ministry of FUMC Pearland, the church continues to financially support the organization.
The Well currently helps 1,460 local families receive food, including fresh produce, milk and meat.
In addition to providing food, The Well is expanding its ministry through health services, emergency response information and access to computers to search and apply for employment opportunities.
FUMC Pearland plans to continue supporting The Well financially. Their ability to reach those in need is a blessing to our community and by GIVING and SERVING we are living out our core values. To learn more about The Well on Masters Road, go to thewellonmastersroad.org.
Total Receipts for January $203,138
Total Expenses for January $203,904
Net Income $ -766
FUMC Pearland and Redeemer are buzzing this January with activity. Right now, we have over 100 families on our campus every weekend for Upward Basketball and Cheer. The Opal Cote Memorial Dinner Theatre is in the rehearsal stage and tickets are selling like hotcakes! Financial Peace University is almost underway for more than 20 families at our Redeemer campus. Lives are changing and we are so proud to be part of the change.
In October of 2018, Redeemer is hosting an international mission trip to Ukraine. The group will be hosting a Vacation Bible School and launching a MOPS group.
As you can see, both of our campuses are in full swing for 2018. Our church cannot do it without you! In addition to our regular operating budget, donations were given to designated funds. We received $54,396 towards Mission Possible, Missions and God Box, and more.
For additional information, contact Stacey Brewer, Finance Director (email@example.com).