GIVE TO UKRAINE
The NYAC is recommending two relief efforts through
Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church
UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief).
*** 100% of your donation reaches your chosen mission project or ministry ***
Use the links below to donate directly
write a check to NPUMC with Ukraine / Advance # in memo field
(if Advance # not specified donations will be split between the two)
Advance #14053A: Eurasia In Mission Together – Ukraine and Moldova
Donations to this Advance account will be quickly transferred to the bank account
of the UMC of Ukraine, which has a system in place to retrieve these donations,
put them to immediate use, and provide reporting on the usage of these funds.
To donate, go to: Eurasia in Mission Together
Advance #982450: UMCOR International Disaster Response
Donations to this Advance account will be directed to UMCOR, which is
already partnering with agencies on the ground in Eastern and
Central Europe to assist those displaced by the fighting.
To donate, go to: UMCOR International Disaster Response
Donations to this account should be designated “for Ukraine”.
Stations of the Cross
During Lent 2021, we created and displayed a series of banners on our church lawn recognizing the Stations of the Cross and Jesus’ journey through the last 24 hours of his life. Each station focused on a current social justice issue, its impacts, our prayers, and suggestions for ways we could respond. Each station was supported by a corresponding web page with more details, research from our church members, and links to additional resources. While some of this information has quickly become dated, the issues all still need our continued attention, focus, and prayers.
Stations of the Resurrection
We then extended these Lenten Stations of the Cross into the Easter Season by creating corresponding Stations of the Resurrection. Everyone was invited to travel the path again, this time experiencing the resurrection stories leading up to Pentecost. Each station entered back into the social justice issue, this time finding Easter signs of hope and new life while recognizing that we still have much work to do.