Why We Serve
When asked what the greatest commandment is, Jesus answered with two: “You must love the Lord your God” and “You must love your neighbor as you love yourself” (Matthew 22:34-40).
Following Jesus's call, founder of the early Methodist movement John Wesley taught us to grow in our faith by “doing good of every possible sort, and, as far as possible, to all” (General Rules).
United Methodists around the world are active in our local communities, and through our global connection of congregations and agencies, we participate in ministries thousands of miles from where we live.
Found at https://www.umc.org/en/how-we-serve
We are currently looking for service volunteers for our Soup’s On
community take out meal, held each Wednesday, helping to
hand out bagged dinners. Meals are served from 4:30 p.m. to
Please consider volunteering we could really use the extra hands. Call the office at (216) 261-1688 or email email@example.com for more information.
Euclid Hunger Center
The Euclid Hunger Center is looking for volunteers to fill the positions of driver, receiving/stock, intake, customer service rep, delivery, cleaning.
For more information and to submit a volunteer aplication, visit euclidhungercenter.com/volunteer/
The Euclid Hunger Center is not affiliated with East Shore UMC or the United Methodist Church.