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Upcoming Events

 

FOR SENIORS 

Are you a senior living in Baltimore City and 60+ years of age in need of food or know of someone?

Here are some sources you can use.  These services will deliver:
1.  Call 410-826-5955  for Free Food delivery by the end of the week.  You can call once each week.
2. Call 410-396-2273 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to see if you qualify for an Amazon Food Box.

Persons under 60 needing food should call 211.

Are you a senior or someone assisting a senior check out this website for additional resources www.assistedliving.org.

Children Youth and Teens!

 

  • Registration is now open for summer camp at Manidokan and West River. Visit the website for the camp schedule and online registration:
    Manidokan, in the mountains near Harper's Ferry, W.Va.:
    https://www.bwccampsandretreats.com/manidokan/summer-camp/schedule-descriptions/ 
    West River Residential Camps, along the river near Annapolis:
    https://www.bwccampsandretreats.com/westriver/summer-camps/residential-camps/
    West River Day Camps: https://www.bwccampsandretreats.com/westriver/summer-camps/day-camp/ 

  • Scholarship applications opened Jan. 2: The BWC will be awarding scholarships for qualified students currently attending college, as well as high school seniors who plan to attend college in the fall of 2021. The application process opened Jan. 2 and closes March 24, 2021. A variety of scholarships are offered to fit the diverse needs of our students. To be considered for a scholarship, students must complete the full online application, which includes uploading their current transcripts and providing references from their pastor and another person in their church. Learn more and apply.

  • Helping children through stressful times: Children, especially, are sensitive to these stressful times we are living in. Rituals can help, even one that uses nothing more than a can of pop, a candle, and a finger. Learn more.

  • Christians Engaged in Faith Formation invite all church leaders and Christian educators to their online meetings to explore how to talk about racism with children and families. Future CEF meetings will be held  March 11, April 8 and May 13. Join the Zoom meeting at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89150929659. The meeting ID is 891 5092 9659. Password is 297120. Or dial by phone: 1-301-715-8592. 

  • Sunday School/Bible Study-  In lieu of attending Sunday School during the Coronavirus Pandemic Stay-at-Home Orders, The Young People Ministries of John Wesley has moved to virtual Christian Education every 2nd and 4th Sunday following the ZOOM Worship service.

  • E-mail- In an effort to better communicate with all the young people and their guardians of John Wesley, a special separate email address has been established. The purpose of this is to distribute critical information and activities regarding the Young People Ministries. You can also use this email address to send questions, suggestions, and concerns to the Children and Youth Coordinator. The email address is JohnWesley_YPM@yahoo.com. Please save this address in your email contacts so it does not go into your spam mail.

IN THE COMMUNITY 

BACFAD Community Kitchen Food Distribution for Families

Produce & Shelf Foods 
Drive Through - Tuesdays (12 noon to 2:00 p.m.)
315 Homeland Southway 
Food Boxes 
Walk ups only - Wednesdays (12 noon to 2:00 p.m.)
Alameda Shopping Center
*NEW* 
Meats and Produce
Thursdays - (10 a.m.)
Gospel Tabernacle Baptist Church (3100 Walbrook Ave.)

RE – ENTRY TASK FORCE 

Our re-entry task force has been meeting and making plans for us to return to our building.  This will be done in steps. Upgrades and inside work is being done to prepare and to keep us safe. Because of the upcoming visit of the “cicadas” in late April or May, our original plans for our outdoor parking lot service on May 9 may need to change, we will re-evaluated that on April 28.    We will keep you updated.