RAMP BUILD NOV 2, 2019

Texas Ramp Project

Our teams build wooden wheelchair ramps for free to disabled or elderly people who can’t afford to buy one. In a few hours on a Saturday, we give our neighbors the freedom to leave their home again—the home where they want to remain, but whose steps have imprisoned them. The Central Texas affiliate of Texas Ramp Project provides client referrals, permits, designs, tools and materials.  NWH UMC provides the labor and build leaders.  Look for the next build dates in the Sunday bulletins.  Sign up is in the church lobby.

Volunteers

  • Must be at least 14 years old (with parent present) and be willing to work on a light construction project outside.  No previous experience is required, but be willing to learn.
  • Must bring personal safety equipment including gloves, closed-toe shoes, eye protection, hearing protection and weather appropriate clothing.
  • Must sign the liability waiver and media release forms    nwhillsumc.org/mediarelease  
  • nwhillsumc.org/rampwaiver

 

Since 2006, more than 2165 ramps have been built in our area.

For more information, contact Jackie Gardner (cell) 512-925-4926 or jackiegillargardner@gamil.com.

https://www.texasramps.org/

https://www.texasramps.org/austin-travis-county/

 

Brunch at University UMC December 21

Help with preparing, cooking, and serving food; then cleaning kitchen and Great Hall of Family Life Center at University UMC; and visiting with our guests. The homeless and community continues to grow with the growth of our city. We see families in need with children, and men and women struggling without work. We know it’s God will and our work as disciples to love and serve this community. There is not a better feeling knowing you are doing something to make a difference.

Brunch at University UMC

Help with preparing, cooking, and serving food; then cleaning kitchen and Great Hall of Family Life Center at University UMC; and visiting with our guests. The homeless and community continues to grow with the growth of our city. We see families in need with children, and men and women struggling without work. We know it’s God will and our work as disciples to love and serve this community. There is not a better feeling knowing you are doing something to make a difference.

Community First! Village

SERVE DINNER AT COMMUNITY FIRST! VILLAGE

MAY 5 –  Help feed hungry hearts and worship with the congregation at Community First! Village.
Community First! Village is a neighborhood of tiny houses, RVs, and support structures offering permanent housing to the disabled and chronically homeless. Northwest Hills Missions serves dinner several times a year, and our next visit is May 5, 2019. We will carpool and leave from NWH church at 3:45 pm on May 5, 2019 and return about 7:30 pm.
We set up and tear down the worship space and provide a potluck supper. Signup in the foyer. Children and youth are welcome with an adult, it is a spiritual experience.For more information, contact Jackie Gardner:jackiegillargardner@gmail.com.