Luling United Methodist members volunteer at ARC

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February 07 at 10:14 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Back row: Wayne Abadie, Seth Abadie and Sean Fontenot; Middle row: Audrey Martindale, Rosemary Robinson and Jennifer Green; Front row: Pastor Wayne Taylor, Eileen Fontenot, Melanie Fontenot, Spencer Fontenot and Sarah Green.
Back row: Wayne Abadie, Seth Abadie and Sean Fontenot; Middle row: Audrey Martindale, Rosemary Robinson and Jennifer Green; Front row: Pastor Wayne Taylor, Eileen Fontenot, Melanie Fontenot, Spencer Fontenot and Sarah Green.
Luling United Methodist church members recently volunteered at the Arc of St. Charles’ Cajun Village Re-sale Store as part of the church’s second Saturday service initiative.

Through this initiative, which is part of the church’s mission of “living, loving, and leading for Jesus Christ,” church members are presented with volunteer opportunities on the second Saturday of each month and are encouraged to give of their time to support local organizations in St. Charles Parish.

The church picked the Arc of St. Charles due to its commitment to providing services that enable people of all ages with developmental and intellectual disabilities and special needs to attain their full potential.  

Volunteers found there are several ways people can support the Cajun Village Re-sale Store such as donating items and helping sort and shelve items.




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