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Project Transformation (PT) is a ministry of the United Methodist Church, which provides both after-school and summer programs in underserved communities. Here are ways to support PT: Four Ways You Can
Project Transformation (PT) is a ministry of the United Methodist Church, which provides both after-school and summer programs in underserved communities. Here are ways to support PT:
Four Ways You Can Support Project Transformation
- Volunteer to read one-on-one with children during our two reading weeks at Chapel Hill UMC in Farmers Branch from 9:30 am to noon, June 20-23 and June 27-30. Meet daily at FUMC Coppell at 8:45 am to carpool and arrive at Chapel Hill by 9:15 am. We need 10 volunteers each day. (click here). All volunteers must be 16 years of age or older, or 13-15 years old with a parent or guardian present during their volunteer shift. Volunteers 18+ must have completed the MinistrySafe online training in the past two years. Deadline to complete MinistrySafe is June 10. Find info about MinistrySafe here.
- Volunteer to provide food or help serve dinner to 100 college interns on Monday, May 30 at University Park UMC. Sign up at Project Transformation Intern Dinner
- Volunteer at Family Fun Night at Chapel Hill UMC on Thursday, June 23. Provide desserts. Cook and serve dinner to 150 children and parents. Help with fun activities such as carnival games and bounce house. Sign up at Project Transformation Family Fun Night
- Donate to help sponsor a Project Transformation intern and provide dinners to 100 interns. Donate here.
Month Long Event (may)
The Mother’s of Seniors 2022 group is hosting an informal lunch with speaker/life coach JoAnn Schauf on Sunday, June 5th from 12-2 pm in Wesley Hall. The title
The Mother’s of Seniors 2022 group is hosting an informal lunch with speaker/life coach JoAnn Schauf on Sunday, June 5th from 12-2 pm in Wesley Hall. The title is How to be Successful in College and is for Graduating Seniors Class of 2022 and Upcoming Seniors Class of 2023 and their parent. The Moms in our group have uncovered some topics that we think will help our kids as we send them off to college in the Fall. We will serve lunch at noon and Joann will discuss some highlights that she think will help the teens with their transition into college. Attendees can RSVP to Jen.Bunting@verizon.net.
Some bullet points include:
- Time management
- Making friends
- Overcoming adversity
- How to handle emotions
- Surrounding yourself with people that lift you up!
After the presentation, we are hoping some college kids that are home for the summer will join us for a Q&A session. We would love for them the share their experience with going off to college. “What they wish they knew? Some of the highlights?? Some of the struggles?” A sign-up for College Kids Panel can be found here.
(Sunday) 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
The UMM are sponsoring a family night on Saturday, June 18 at 7:05 pm. Tickets are $25 each (Loaded Home Plate Group Ticket) which includes entrance to the
The UMM are sponsoring a family night on Saturday, June 18 at 7:05 pm. Tickets are $25 each (Loaded Home Plate Group Ticket) which includes entrance to the game, seating in the home plate or dugout area of the park as a group, and a $10 concessions voucher per ticket.
After the first 20 tickets are sold, you will have to call the group manager directly to purchase over the phone. Infants and toddlers not needing a seat are free.
Purchase tickets here.
(Saturday) 7:05 pm - 10:00 pm