The small congregation of Perseverance Chapel United Methodist Church, in Corydon, Ind., continues its ongoing mission efforts to provide services and supplies for Crow Creek Indian Reservation in Fort Thompson, S.D.
The United Methodist Women and other church members recently made warm baby blankets and put together backpack baby kits for new Crow Creek mothers and babies. The backpacks were filled with much needed supplies such as diapers, baby clothing, warm blankets, and more. They will be delivered to Crow Creek by volunteers along with other supplies such as food, cleaning items and clothing for the residents.
For more information on how you can help our friends at Crow Creek in Fort Thompson, S.D., contact Perseverance Chapel pastor, the Rev. Stephen McAfee, at 812-968-3621 or Pat Croley, U.M. Deaconness and Crow Creek liaison, at St. James Place, #219, Scottsburg, IN 47170.