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Mission Week by JOY Ministries serves local people in need
J.O.Y Ministries is a Crisis Resource Center located on the public square in Columbia, KY, serving those living in homelessness or on the edge of homelessness.
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From Center Leaders Maggie Coleman and Krystal Cundiff
J.O.Y. Ministries held its annual Missions Week from Sunday night, July 23, through Friday afternoon, July 28, 2017, at the Columbia United Methodist Church, 202 Burkesville St., Columbia, KY.
Mission Week is essentially a "missions trip" done locally. Participants commit to living and working as a community, with a local church as headquarters. They spend their days at various work sites, helping the neediest in our community in a variety of ways. It is free to participants and interdenominational.
J.O.Y Ministries, founded in Columbia, KY in 2012 is a non-profit, Christian youth organization devoted to providing opportunities for youth and their leaders to serve others in Christ while being the "hands and feet" of Christ. J.O.Y Ministries is a Crisis Resource Center, located on the public square in Columbia, KY, serving those living in homelessness or on the edge of homelessness.
The mission of the J.O.Y Ministries Crisis Resource Center is to follow Godís command to care for the least and the lost by providing safe shelter, food, and support services. We provide our guests a grace-filled path towards a fulfilling life that allows them to contribute positively to their community. The name or the organization comes from their roots: Jesus-1st, Others-2nd, Yourself-Last.
This story was posted on 2017-07-30 12:06:21
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