Mission Service Activity of the Month
October 2022: Make a Pumpkin Floral Centerpiece for a Shut-In
Seasonal decorations often bring joy and delight to people that are shut-in. The October Pumpkin Floral Centerpiece activity can be easily made
For each Pumpkin Centerpiece, you will need:
- 1 foam, carvable pumpkin (Often small ones can be purchased at dollar stores.)
- A foam carving knife
- Fall flowers and foliage
- 1 small floral foam block
- Scissors and glue
Cut off the center top of the foam pumpkin.
Glue the small floral foam block inside the cut out section of the pumpkin.
Trim the flowers and foliage to the size that will flow out from the pumpkin.
Stick the flowers into the foam, arranging the flowers and leaves in a lovely display.
The centerpiece is now ready to gift.
Extra credit: Take pictures of this service activity and submit them to share on your district website or in your district newsletter.
Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few (Matthew 9:37).
Devotion as You Plan:
Prayer as You Plan and Prepare:
Dear Heavenly Father, all praise and thanks are Yours for the fall harvest. You provide us with both the wonderfully nourishing, harvest in our gardens and fields, as well as the life-saving harvest in our mission fields. May our words and actions always be pleasing to You, always pointing others to Christ. In Jesus’ name, we pray. Amen.
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The Gospel Outreach Committee would love to hear about, and share, your mission service activities! Please contact the Vice President of Gospel Outreach here. Thank you!
Jesus’ love in action helps paint the planet purple.
Please share with us how you and others have shared Jesus’ love in action to the Gospel Outreach Committee by contacting the Vice President of Gospel Outreach here.
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Activities as We Stay-At-Home
Check with local nursing homes to see if they can use handmade fabric masks for their staff to wear as a measure of protection for the residents they serve. While we realize that the fabric masks are not surgical/medical grade and cannot be used as Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for health care workers, perhaps there are people in care facilities who can use them.