The United Methodist Churches

of Holcombe, Jim Falls, Anson Township, Wisconsin

"SCRIP CARDS - an ongoing mission"

What is a Scrip Card?

~ Holcombe UMC members can purchase gift cards for America's most popular retailers and use them for their everyday purchases. The church earns money with each gift card purchased. Scrip gift cards are the same gift cards you can purchase from the retailer. More information is available at the church as well as from Jane at The Lake Holcombe Cafe.
Consider purchasing the gift cards through the scrip card program to support this ongoing "fundraiser" for the church.



“FLOOD BUCKETS – an ongoing mission”


Flood Buckets will be a year round mission project for Holcombe United Methodist Church. Bring items that you can donate, using the list below, to the Church and place on the table labeled for this project. WE will sort the items and FILL the cleaning buckets. The completed

buckets will be picked up and delivered to a center for future need in Wisconsin and around the country, distributed by UMCOR.


Flood (cleaning) Bucket:

-liquid laundry detergent – 50 oz.

-household cleaner concentrate – 12 to 16 oz.

-antibacterial dish soap – 16 to 28 oz.

-air freshener – 8 or 9 oz (aerosol cans must have protective cap)

-insect repellent (not killer) – 6 to 14 oz (with protective cap)

-5 scouring pads (not steel wool; flat ones work best for packing)

-1 scrub brush/hand

-18 cleaning towels (Easy Wipe, reusable)

-7 sponges, assorted sizes

-50 clothes pins (snap)

-clothesline (cotton) approx. 3/16” diameter x 100 ft.

-dust mask – 5 pack (disposable and sealed in a bag)

-latex gloves – package of 2 pair (Premier)

-work gloves – 1 pair (Wells Lamont, Canvas Dot)

-trash bags – 24 (rolled into 2 sets of 12) (Glad tie, approx 30 gallon or larger)






Beverage Tab Collection



The collection of beverage can tabs is ongoing and you may bring your collection and place in the container in the entrance at Holcombe UMC.



Place a small container to collect them at home near your recycling as a reminder. Everyone in the family can do this mission project.


Paul Webster, Missionary to Mujila Falls


We have recently made a commitment to covenant with Paul Webster at the Mujila Falls Agricultural Centre. 


We were so fortunate to have Paul with us on a Sunday last July. We enjoyed his message in the worship service, and with Andre leading the Children’s Time in dancing together.


We have made this Covenant Relationship with Paul for several years and we are so thankful for your support.



http://www.umcmission.org/explore-our-work/missionaries-in-service/missionary-profiles/Webster-Paul


To see the rest of the article that was published in our July & August Parish Post, click on this link:  May/June 2015 Newsletter from Mujila Falls.