Good Shepherd United Methodist Church of the North
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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We seek to bring all people to Jesus by being a friendly, Christ-centered community offering God's healing, help and hope.

Roscommon County CROP Hunger Walk 

CROP Walk 2017! 
 

Our crop walk this year is planned for Sunday, September 24 at the Markey Memorial Park in Roscommon.  The location is at the intersection of Markey and School roads.  This park offers us a secure walk area with a 1 mile paved fitness path, benches, drinking fountain, pavilion, playground, and restrooms.  Registration will take place at the park pavilion at 2:30, and the walk will begin at 3 p.m. There is ample parking along the road by the entrance fence.  

Our recruiter's gathering will take place at Good Shepherd United Methodist Church on August 21 at 6 pm.  We will gather for fellowship, a brief meeting, and distribution of crop walk materials.  Please bring any guests who may be interested in crop walk.  Rev. Lary Jackson from Church World Service will encourage us in this ministry.  The church is located at 149 W. Robinson Lake Rd., Roscommon, 48653.  

The information can be found on the crop walk website at www.crophungerwalk.org/houghtonlakemi. We are excited about continuing the crop walk mission in Roscommon and hope you will join us to help others here and globally to fee God's amazing love.  Let's honor the Crop Walk commitment established by Sue Lazell and Paul Schiebner and continue this wonderful ministry. 

If you have questions or comments, please call us at 989-821-6854 or email at dickngay@earthlink.net  Your prompt reply for the recruiters' gathering would be appreciated!

Thank you for your dedication to CROP!
Dick Dimock, Roscommon County Crop Coordinator 2017