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June 23, 2020

There's Still Plenty to Do: 2020 Men's NetWork WORK DAY
As we work through the weekly COVID-19 updates on what to do and what not to do, one thing remains certain: people are still in need of your help.

This year the Men's NetWork WORK DAY continues—but with a different look and feel than years past. In case you're wondering if there's still a way to serve others during this unusual time, the answer is a resounding Yes! Loving your neighbor has never been more important!

Considering the recommended social distancing taking place around the country, we are encouraging three options for your group:

1. Instead of gathering, find a project to do individually at the same time, in your own neighborhood. You can check out some cool service ideas by clicking here.

2. Consider every day a WORK DAY! Brainstorm ideas with your group on creating positive neighborhood impact. To get the ball rolling, utilize LHM's faith-building tools like Project Connect topical booklets, Barna-based resources, and video Bible studies as a way to build bridges into local communities and neighborhoods.

3. Schedule your regular WORK DAY projects in the weeks ahead, before Labor Day, September 7th. Remember, too, that we are offering 3 LHM Neighborhood Service Awards for WORK DAY projects.

You can register your group for a 2020 Men's NetWork WORK DAY project by clicking here.

One change for the time being concerns the WORK DAY caps we ordinarily ship. In accordance with St. Louis County mandates and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control, LHM is operating with minimal staff in our physical office, and caps will not be shipped until further notice.

All the best on your WORK DAY efforts this year!

Newest Men's NetWork Groups:
  • Salina Trinity Laymen
    Salina, KS
  • Lutheran Church of the Cross Sonseekers
    Punta Gorda, FL
  • Men's Network
    Marion, IA
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