Luling United Methodist Church donates to children’s home
Keller Stevens, Caleb Guarisco, Ellie Burns, Carter Burns, Austin Matthews, Doug Hall, Kandice Chester, Sarah Green, Connor Cunningham, Cameron Cunningham and Pastor Wayne Taylor.
An offering was collected each night during Luling UMC’s vacation Bible school and a total of $500 was raised for Louisiana Methodist Children’s Home.
The Louisiana Methodist Children’s Home is a ministry with four residential programs providing care for over 150 adolescents, six community counseling centers across Louisiana, two multi-systemic therapy programs and an outdoor wilderness learning center.
The Methodist Home for Children of Greater New Orleans is currently located in Mandeville on the campus of Southeast Louisiana Hospital. They are actively searching for 80 acres for a permanent home for the Methodist Children’s Home of Greater New Orleans.
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