Sheep vs. Goats – the final countdown!

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At St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church, we are working to transform our world with the love of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Our Lenten outreach campaign for Sheep vs. Goats ends Saturday night at the Great Vigil. Goats lead sheep 3:2, ahead by $528. Your gifts to this campaign so far provide for a flock of 28 goats to be given through Episcopal Relief and Development’s Gifts for Life program. An animal costs about $80, and that gift includes tailored education, teaching animal health and animal husbandry. Our love for our brothers and sisters shown through agricultural gifts sets in motion amazing transformations, providing lasting solutions to fight hunger, create economic opportunities, support health education, and strengthen communities.

Here’s how to get in on the giving!

Adults and kids can vote in church through Saturday with a donation in an envelope stamped “S” or “G” placed in the offering plate. Adults can give online with a credit or debit card, choosing either Sheep or Goats here. Kids can vote by coloring a sheep or goat and placing that in the offering plate.

 

 

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