Our Fix-It team is comprised of people with various skills and a desire to help others. Our desire is to reach anyone who has a need, but is lacking in the skill or finances to accomplish the job. If you know anyone who could benefit from our service or YOU could benefit, please call the church office or Bob Pile at 352-3380.
Our story is a story about a Dad who went to Kenya with his 13-year-old son and responded to God’s voice calling, “So, what are you going to do?”
It’s a story about kids who once spent their entire day scavenging for food at a dump and are now receiving nutritious food, education and, most importantly, hope and love.
It’s a story about friends around the world who have cared enough to help support these children financially and through prayer.
It’s all about the God who calls His people to love our neighbors regardless of where they live – especially those who are hurting and hopeless.
It’s a story about God challenging us once again to take the next step and love more deeply.
It’s a beautiful story, and the next chapter has not yet been written. Let’s help write it, together.
What is Cultural Fusion in Lyon?
It’s what takes place when people of all different backgrounds, beliefs, cultures and languages get together to practice languages, play and sing music, and support refugees and immigrants. It’s a type of beautiful kaleidoscope of unique personalities coming together in ways they probably wouldn’t have if it weren’t for this project. It’s where lonely people can meet new friends, people with similar interests can find companionship, and those who feel like they’re on the margins can find a place to call home.
Cultural Fusion can be created in groups through meetup.com for people who want to practice Italian, French, Spanish, English, Japanese or Portuguese. It can be found in meetings that are international gatherings where people from different countries can discuss sociology, psychology, history, science, technology, current events, faith, spirituality and the most fascinating and controversial person in history, Jesus Christ. It can be experienced in cafés, homes, community centers and often involves music.
CDOH opened their doors and arms in 2005 and exist to serve anyone involved in a difficult pregnancy situation. The staff and volunteers at CDOH genuinely care about those who walk through the doors and are eager to assist all.
To provide education and support to the people in our community as they make important decisions about pregnancy.
OUR PROMISE TO YOU
We are dedicated to providing a warm and safe environment.
You will be treated with kindness, compassion and respect.
We will listen without judgement or rejection.
All information is held in strict confidence.
*except in rare circumstances where it is prohibited by law.
We do not provide abortions nor do we refer for them, but we can help you make an educated and informed decision.
You will receive honest and open answers and communication.
You will receive information on community resources.
You will be given on-going support as long as you need it.