village check in for haiti partners

Every month The Village Church partners with a charity and offers a great opportunity for those attending The Village’s services to participate.

This month’s charity is Haiti Partners, whose mission is to help Haitians change Haiti through education. They help schools, churches, and organizations transform their communities. The staff at Haiti Partners has been collaborating for more than a dozen years to develop their core programs. They provide students with educational opportunities in primary schools and churches.

All you have to do to support Haiti Partners is Check-in on Facebook while at The Village Church. Every two check ins help provide a meal to students in Haiti.

“As a new church, it’s a way for us to be missional from the very beginning, which is a big part of who we are as The Village. The idea is that at every Village gathering folks are checking to support the cause that month,” said Heather Dubuque.

Last month, The Village Church and other congregations came together and raised 51,394 days at an early learning program.

About The Village Church
The Village is a United Methodist Church in the Lenox Village/Nolensville area that began weekly worship gatherings in January 2016, meeting at 9 & 11am on Sundays at Sunset Middle School (200 Sunset Trail.) At The Village, they believe that everybody needs a village, a place where you can belong and grow to become all you were created to be. They desire to serve and love their neighbors and community, and hope to see you soon. Follow The Village Church on Facebook for the latest updates.

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