Lakewood United Methodist Church Erie PA is a loving congregation focused on helping people discover, experience and know the love and presence of Jesus Christ.
A Special "Thank You" to all the Sunday School classes who helped to make our "Christmas Mission" project a grand success. We had two car loads of boxes of gifts to present to the residents of Pleasant Ridge Manor to be opened at their Christmas Party. They were extremely thrilled to receive the prayer shawls that Bev Shrum added to our collection!
CITY MISSION SERVICE
Caring members of Lakewood UMC serve Lunch to the clients of The City Mission throughout the year on Sundays. An announcement will be made in advance for people to sign up to help. It appears that they enjoy being there as much as the people they served!
ADDITIONAL LOCAL MISSION
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Members of Lakewood are committed to assisting those who are looking to achieve the dream of home ownership. We work annually in support of Habitat for Humanity projects throughout the Erie area.
PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY
Members of the church spend time in fellowship and prayer creating knitted, crocheted or other crafted prayer shawls. The shawls, in turn are given to those who are in need of comfort, healing, or a reminder of the Lord's loving care and grace.
Prayer Shawl Ministry has given away over 1,200 Shawl!
Erie United Methodist Alliance
3856 West Tenth Street
Erie, PA 16505
Pastor Robert Lewis
Lakewood United Methodist Church 3856 West 10th Street 814.833.4131
Rev. Robert Lewis, Pastor firstname.lastname@example.org
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Pictures of the Christmas Mission boxes LUMC delivered to Pleasant Ridge Manor.
Wesbury Retirement Community in Meadville has awarded Lakewood UMC a Certificate of Appreciation for 20 years of consecutive giving to Wesbury. We also received a Certificate of Appreciation for our generous contributions to the Benevolent Care Fund, which supports residents who run out of funds so they can remain at Wesbury. And we are also members of the Circuit Rider Society, Thomas Coke Circle, for churches giving up to $2499.00. Thanks to all for your amazing generosity and to Jean Shirley, Area Key Woman for Wesbury.
Work will be underway for another "Habitat for Humanity" build in Erie. Lakewood is, of course, taking part! Dates for Lakewood participation and how YOU can become part of the build will be announced in the future, Construction volunteers and food donations will be needed. Prayerfully consider being part of this exciting, hands-on, ministry!
West Millcreek Food Pantry
Items needed for 2018
Soup, Spaghetti Sauce, Pasta, Cereal, Peanut Butter, Macaroni & Cheese, Fruit, Toilet Tissue, Tuna, Baked Beans, Bar Soap, or any non-perishable items
Lakewood seeks to provide a work team to travel to this mission every two years. Red Bird Mission and Clinic have been providing ministries in this region of the Appalachian Mountains since 1921. Today the need remains critical in this isolated, rural distressed area. Chronic poverty, lack of jobs, poor housing, and rugged mountainous terrain provide obstacles to a fuller life for the residents of this area. Red Bird Mission and Clinic strives to meet these needs through ministry in five areas: Education, Health and Wellness, Community Outreach, Economic Opportunity, and Community Housing Improvement. The team traveled to Red Bird this summer. We are currently investigating dates for another trip in the summer of 2018.