For the second year, Oaklawn United Methodist Church is operating a pop-up overnight warming station that feeds and shelters homeless neighbors when the temperatures fall below 32 degrees. There are several ways you can help in person or you can donate to the cause through Sunday’s special Communion offering (Sunday, Feb. 3). Your donations will provide a special fund to provide breakfast for the guests who stay overnight at the warming station...$375 per night. For more information on this ministry email Shawn Fauver.
If you would like to donate now, go to www.northaven.org/donate and click the button to make a one-time donation.
You may also bring a donation of weatherproof jackets (larger sizes appreciated), socks, long underwear, gloves, hats and blankets for the homeless in the box marked "OLUMC Warming Center" near the Church In Society table in the atrium through February 28.