Operation Christmas Child 2017 (NEEDS LIST)

Blessings.

It’s that wonderful time of year where we get to thinking of gift giving. At The Blue Point Bible Church we host an annual “Shoebox Packing Party” in collaboration with Samaritan’s Purse. These are gifts that are giving to needy children all over the world.

Below you will finds out NEEDS LIST for our party on Friday, November 17th @ 7:30. Please notify me if you are able to provide some of these needs –  either via social media, email (christianitygonewild@yahoo.com), or phone (631-363-6111).

 

Operation Christmas Child  – NEEDS LIST

2-4 boys/girls
– toys
– shirts/bottoms
– hygienic items

5-6 boys/ girls 
– toys
– bottoms/ pants
– brush/ comb
– hygienic items (deodorant, toothpaste, etc)
10-14 boys/ girls
– toys or item of interest to a teen
– school supplies (ruler, calculator, notebook, etc)
– Girls shirts / Bottoms
– Girls socks

 

Misc. / any & all ages Books for all ages

Coloring books

Toothpaste

Combs (boys)

Brushes (girls)

Stuffed animals

Candy

Bar Soap

Bathing Towel

 

I look forward to our “Shoebox Packing Party” and hope to see you there! Thank for your desire to serve with me in these regards. May God be glorified through our service.

Sincerely,
Pastor Michael Miano

PS –  If you would like to participate but cannot attend the “Shoebox Packing Party”, we will give you a box to take home and fill this Sunday at our Worship Service. The boxes will need to be returned by the latest – Saturday, November 18th

 

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5/27 – BPBC Update

Blessings in Christ Jesus, our Lord & Savior!

It is my sincere hope and prayer that each of you had a blessed and productive week.

I want to share a couple important announcements and resources before I share our weekly praises and prayers.

We have been talking a lot about the “resurrection of the dead” at The Blue Point Bible Church, especially as we look forward to my exchange with Mr. Ed Stevens in July at the Niagara Preterist Conference. You can find more information about that at the following link, http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Niagara-Preterist-Conference-.html?soid=1108502293467&aid=nd47C-sbBOY

Also, I have put together some resources on the “resurrection of the dead” which you can begin to go through at the following link, https://mianogonewild.wordpress.com/2017/05/27/notebook-review-resurrection-of-the-dead/

Tomorrow, Sunday, May 28th has been declared “Hope Day Sunday”, and I will be sharing some details about our involvement with “Hope Day” (June 3rd), as well as preaching about our being a “resurrection people”.

*** IF YOU HAVE ANY NON-PERISHABLES TO DONATE PLEASE BRING THEM TO OUR WORSHIP SERVICE TOMORROW.

I look forward to seeing most if not all of you tomorrow.

BPBC Sunday Schedule:
Adult Sunday School  @ 9AM
Fellowship Time @ 10AM
Worship Service @ 10:30AM

In Service to Him,

Pastor Michael Miano

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BPBC: OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD – 2016 NEEDS LIST

  • PLEASE: If you decide to buy something on the “needs list”, contact me and let me know. That way we don’t have multiple people buying the same thing 🙂

6 pairs of 2-4 BOYS socks

10 t-shirts for 2-4 BOYS

10 toys for 2-4 BOYS

16 2-4 BOYS bottoms (shorts, pants)

16 2-4 BOYS underwear

16 2-4 BOYS shoes or sandals

16 2-4 GIRLS toys

16 2-4 GIRLS tshirts

16 2-4 GIRLS bottoms (shorts, pants)

16 2-4 GIRLS shoes or sandals

12 5-9 BOYS tshirts

6 5-9 BOYS underwear

16 5-9 BOYS bottoms (pants, shorts)

8 toys for a 5-9 BOY

16 5-9 GIRLS tshirts

4 5-9 GIRLS underwear

8 toys for a 5-9 GIRL

6 tshirts for a 10-14 BOY

16 10-14 BOYS bottoms (shorts or pants)

10 10-14 BOYS underwear

16 10-14 BOYS toy

12 10-14 GIRLS tops or tshirts

10 10-14 GIRLS underwear

5 10 – 14 GIRLS bottom (skirt, pants, shorts)

10 10-14 GIRLS toy or gift item

48 Brushes for GIRLS

48 Combs for BOYS

50 towels for BOYS

50 towels for GIRLS

Candy (hard candy/ lollipops)

24 Coloring Books

School Supplies (58 calculators, 50 rulers, etc.)

Hurricane Sandy Relief

 

A number of caring people have been asking about opportunities to assist the victims of hurricane Sandy. All are encouraged to pray and move as the Lord guides them. I will be happy to coordinate relief that you may want to forward through the Blue Point Bible Church. You are also welcome to donate privately as the Lord may move you. If you’d like to donate through the church please indicate if there is a specific organization that you would like to earmark the money to and bring me a check made out to the Blue Point Bible Church with the memo line of the check indicating a special offering for hurricane Sandy relief. If you do not specify a particular charity I’ll be consolidating the monies and issuing a check from The Blue Point Bible Church to World Vision Hurricane Sandy Relief (see below).

Thank you. It is a pleasure to serve such a caring group.

Steven Hernandez

Elder, Blue Point Bible Church

 

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Dear Friend,
I know you care greatly for the children and families impacted by Superstorm Sandy, and I want you to know that World Vision relief teams have been on the ground since the storm struck — and are working tirelessly to help victims in its wake.
The death toll is still climbing, and hundreds of thousands have had to evacuate their homes. Your help is urgently needed today.
The storm has taken its toll on relief efforts, too. Hospitals are being evacuated. Homes and churches are destroyed. And World Vision’s warehouse in the Bronx, N.Y., was flooded by surging water.
“We lost about one-third of our relief supplies from our warehouse in the Bronx when Sandy hit,” says Rick Miltimore, World Vision’s national director of resources and relief. “New York City is one of the most expensive places to live and operate when bringing relief. People are really hurting and they need our help.”
photo The devastation takes its toll on children. Five-year-old Junior Gonzalez sobbed uncontrollably when he learned his family lost nearly everything in the storm. “I don’t know what’s going to happen,” his mother says.
Your gift todaywill help World Vision relief teams provide emergency supplies to the most vulnerable victims like Junior and his family.
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Please join us with your support today.
Make a donation to World Vision’s U.S. Disaster Response Fund now. Your gift of any amount will help us provide ongoing support as victims of Superstorm Sandy begin to rebuild their lives.
Relief supplies — including blankets, food, flood clean-up kits, warm clothes, and more — have been trucked in from other warehouses, and we are distributing these critical items in the most devastated areas of New York, including Staten Island, the Bronx, Queens, and Yonkers.
Our relief teams are also assessing and responding to needs across the East Coast, where we anticipate recovery and rebuilding to continue for up to three years.
Your prayers and gifts matter in the days ahead.
Any gift you give today will be a blessing to the children and families impacted by this terrible storm and its aftermath.
God bless you, /s/ Rich Stearns
Rich Stearns President, World Vision U.S.

 

 

 

 

 

STRIDES FOR THE CENTER 5K RUN/2K WALK

Join us on Saturday, May 19th to support the Blue Point Fire Department’s efforts to assist helping a number of worthy causes, including a fireman who has passed away due to 9/11 related illness leaving a small child behind.

FDNY Firefighter, John E. McNamara Foundation Presents:

STRIDES FOR THE CENTER 5K RUN/2K WALK

Come to support the event or register to participate. Please call the Blue Point Fire Department for details.