God is alive and well in Cannon County and working through Angels in human form here on earth.
First United Methodist Church, Cornerstone Community Church and Simmons Chapel Methodist Church give much need monetary donations regularly to this agency. They understand just how vital SAVE is to our county and the victims we serve. Two of the three pastors are on the SAVE Board.
First United Methodist provides Health Kits for this agency to distribute to victims (tooth paste, tooth brush, soap, towels, wash cloth, band-aids, etc). SAVE has received donated clothing, food and other items for victims this agency services.
Members of the three churches volunteer for events and are willing to help whenever needed. They assist at Christmas Time and adopt our most fragile victims, children and seniors and when their is a special need, the churches will do their best to fill it.
These three churches are truly demonstrating the type of love God expects each of us to show (Mathew 35-36). Each and every member of First United Methodist Church, Cornerstone Community Church and Simmons Chapel Methodist Church are true blessings to this agency and the victims we serve.
SAVE is very thankful for all you do.
Left to Right: Lisa Baird (SAVE Director), Tracy Neal (SAVE Treasurer) Scott Clark Pastor of Simmons Chapel Methodist Church), Cory Davenport (SAVE Secretary), Johnn Hembree (SAVE Board Member and Pastor of First United Methodist Church), Tony Neal (SAVE Board Member and County Commissioner).