Missions

What Does MISSIONS Mean at Bethel UCC? Here at Bethel, the word “Mission” means a variety of projects, ranging from helping at our own church, and contributing and/or helping with local, state, national and world wide programs.
  • Cutting the lawn, keeping up the flower beds, shoveling snow.
  • Supporting our church fundraisers throughout the year.
  • Collecting grocery slips from Kiel Piggly Wiggly.
  • Collecting Moo Points, Campbell’s Points, and box Tops for local schools.
  • Donating food for the local Food Pantry in Kiel (collected cake mixes and frosting for Bethel’s B-Day in March).
  • Donating school supplies for needy families.
  • Donating to care packages for our college students.
  • Tying or sewing blankets for Linus Blankets, shelters, assisted living, nursing homes.
  • Donating hats, mittens, scarves, socks, blankets for Salvation Army in Dec.
  • Donating Christmas gifts for residents at Rocky Knoll.
  • Donating Christmas gifts for a local needy family.
  • Donating to the Sock Tree (watch for more details).
  • Collecting hotel soaps and lotions for the needy.
  • Supporting Habitat for Humanity.
  • Collecting pull tabs for Ronald McDonald House in Milwaukee.
  • Donating our time at Pilgrim Center or Moon Beach for spring and fall clean-up.
  • Walking or becoming a sponsor for CROP Walk.
  • Donating to the Penny Pail
  • Donating a shoe box full of items for needy children for Samaritans Purse.
  • Donating to One Great Hour of Sharing, or any of the other UCC programs.
  • Donating to Heifer International
Our Bethel church family is definitely helping in various ways. We Thank all for their support with these projects, because they are an important piece of our Mission Statement. If you are interested in a local program, we are looking for a delegate for Sheboygan County Interfaith Organization (SCIO), Habitat for Humanity is planning on building 6 new houses in Sheboygan in the next 2 years (they could use your help), ringing bells for the Red Cross, donating your time at the local nursing homes and assisted living homes, and/or sending care packages to the men and women in the armed services. If you are interested in an out of state project or know of or something we should do, contact our Mission Team: Karen Lisowe, Elizabeth Birschbach, or Jodi Voss. If you would like to be part of the Mission team, we would be happy to have you. 1/16