Current Ways to Serve and Donate

Immediate/Near Term Opportunities

Alternative Giving Season Gift-Giving Options during Advent

Solid Ground Christmas Gift Delivery

Ongoing Opportunities

Incarnation Monthly Food Packing at Feed My Starving Children in Coon Rapids

Shobi’s Table Food Prep and Food Truck Servers

Plastic Bags and Plarners Needed 

Keep plastic bags out of the landfills by donating them to Incarnation to be made into mats for those experiencing homelessness. Groceries bags, newspaper bags, shopping bags, all work. Bring your bags to the Incarnation office anytime the building is open. Also needed are those to “plarn” from the bags,   crochet mats or both, a great service project for a group. Contact Danette Griffith to make arrangements for training. To date, Incarnation has delivered  over 25 homemade mats to The Listening House . 

Worship Team Members

Serve as a part of worship teams as greeters or ushers during in person worship services. Masking is currently requested of worship volunteers whether vaccinated for COVID-19 or not. This is a no-touch service opportunity which is critical to providing hospitality to worshipers who choose to attend in-person worship. Contact Julie Durbin if interested.

Incarnation Quilters

The Incarnation Quilters meet for quilting and fellowship on the 2nd and 3rd Thursdays at 9:00 in Grace Hall year round.   New volunteers are always welcome. Contact Amy Martell if interested in learning more or joining the group. 

Hands and Hearts Group

Incarnation’s Hands and Hearts Group experiences the joy of serving with others and making a difference in the local community, through service one weekday morning or afternoon per month typically between September and May. Each service project accommodates between six and 15 volunteers. Some of the Hands and Hearts Group volunteer almost each month while others join less frequently, some once a year or less. All are welcome and are encouraged to be a part of any month’s service project when opportunities fit schedules and passions. Email Diane Betterley  or call her at 651-238-4040 to receive  monthly emails about upcoming service projects.

Sew Clothing Protectors for Residents of Shoreview Senior Living Community

Are you one who likes to sew in these days while the weather is turning more chilly? Consider sewing clothing protectors for residents of the Shoreview Senior Living community. Easy instructions and a visual is found here. If you need a hardcopy pattern, contact Becky Benson so that this can be coordinated while Incarnation’s offices are open during limited hours. Upon completion of the clothing protectors you have made, label them “Activity Department” and drop them off at Shoreview Senior Living at 4710 Cumberland St., in Shoreview. Contact Corinne Bielenberg, Activity Director of Shoreview Senior Living with questions.

Follow Links Below to Learn about Incarnation’s Ministry Partners

LifeHaven

Solid Ground

Ralph Reeder Food Shelf

Feed My Starving Children

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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