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Tucker First UMC hosting annual Great Day of Service


Tucker First UMC hosting annual Great Day of Service

Tucker First United Methodist Church Associate Pastor Rev. Anne Cumings and Senior Pastor Rev. Gerald Varner light candles for the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas during a prayer vigil at the church on Thursday, May 26, 2022. Photo by Dean Hesse.

Tucker, GA — Tucker First United Methodist Church invites the residents of Tucker and its surrounding communities to join the church on Sept. 24 for a day of service.

Participants will help local seniors, create health kits for the homeless, paint fire hydrants, clean up parks and cemeteries, and volunteer at local nonprofits, a press release says.

Projects are available for all ages and ability levels. Free childcare will be provided, the church says.

Here are the details:

Date and Time: 9/24/22, 8 AM to 1 PM Place: Tucker First United Methodist Church

5095 LaVista Rd.

Tucker, GA 30084

Questions? Call the church office at (770) 938-3030

To register online go to www.tuckerfirst.org/great-day-of-service-2022

“Each year, Tucker First UMC partners with our neighbors to spread love throughout the Tucker community,” Associate Pastor Rev. Anne Cumings said in the press release. “Whether it’s supporting the city by painting fire hydrants, supplying our police with hygiene kits for the homeless or just taking time to visit with our seniors, there is something for everyone to get involved with. It’s always a lot of fun, and it makes a big difference. It truly is a GREAT day of service!”

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