With and For Our City. Local Mission(al Communities) Part 2

Last week I shared with you a post on our approach to local mission - through our Missional Communities and about how one MC was reaching out through Tattnall Square Park. This week I wanted to share with you another great outreach - teachers in a local school.

One of the members of the Brewer MC was a teacher last year at Burdell-Hunt Elementary School in Fort Hill. Teaching is a tough task. Teaching in one of Macon's poorest neighborhoods is often even tougher. So the Brewer MC adopted the teachers of Burdell-Hunt. When the Principal heard New City wanted to partner with teachers, she was thrilled! So last week the Brewer MC kicked off its outreach to Burdell-Hunt and on Thursday took a car load of goodies, school supplies and cards of encouragement for the teachers.

Here are a few of the things the MC is hoping to do over the school year:
* More snacks and goodies for the teachers regularly throughout the year
* More cards of prayers and encouragement for the teachers
* Supplies for students and classrooms throughout the year
* Prayer! At each MC gathering and individually throughout the week

There has even been some talk about a teacher appreciation Sunday, a holiday luncheon provided by us for the school teachers, help for student families at Christmas, and a readiness to help in any way possible.

The Brewer MC wants the teachers to know that they are prayed for, cared for, and appreciated. Our teachers matter and their work is difficult. Their work is significant to the health and well being of our city!
The Brewer MC is hoping that this outreach grows into new relationships with the school and teachers and that maybe through those relationship Jesus would be made known!

That's good stuff!