The little church in the meadow in Duck Creek Village, Utah.
MISSIONS EFFORTS IN 2022
Missions leaders Cathy Hackbart and Carol Gagliardi reported to the DCCC Board of Directors on June 5 that Missions is up and running serving the needs of surrounding counties and communities this
year. Donations started May 5 and Missions is supplying immediate needs for Iron County Emergency Shelter with new bed linens plus towel and wash cloth sets, sweatpants suits for men and women, new undergarments and socks in various sizes and other basics
for the men and women who use this shelter.
Giving continues to the Canyon Creek Women's Shelter. DCCC Missions is providing needed items of new sweatpants suits, towel sets,
sippy cupts and bottles for children, plus bed sheets, pillow cases, about 50 kids' activity sets, books and crayons, as well as other essentials for women and children who utilize the shelter. Manicure gifts sets for women and kids' gift bags are currently
being assembled to disseminate to women and families at the shelter.
Donations and wise shopping are enabling Missions to support Foster Care families and new arrivals of babies
and children with toys, diapers, and back-to-school backpacks with goodies to help with academics. In addition, Christmas gifts for needy families are currently being assembled, as well as gifts of soft blankets for seniors at Brookdale and Christmas stockings
for home-bound seniors.
Signs of Love (an international mission led by Robin Harter that teaches Sign Language and the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the deaf)
will receive support from Missions in 2022.
Donations to the church earmarked for Missions may be sent in the form of personal checks or online through PayPal at the
link in red below. Please note that your gift is for Missions in the very top section that asks "What's the payment for" or in the notes sections of the Online Giving PayPal link. Please make checks payable to DCCC and note that the gift is for Missions in
the Memo of your check and mail via United States Postal Service to: HC 82 Box 1017 Duck Creek Village UT 84762-8200. To donate through Paypal, simply click on the link below or paste it into your web browser should you wish to give
Missions Is Busy In 2021!! Your donations at work!
DCCC Missions is accepting ideas for 2022. Missions was busy in 2021 supporting Project Hero with a gift to support recovery, rehabiltation and intergrations services for injured veterans
and first responders. November 6, 2021, also witnessed DCCC member Shannon Weldon riding her bike 65 miles to support Project Hero's Las Vegas Honor Ride. We are proud of Shannon!
DCCC once again assembled stockings for homebound seniors in Orderville, Glendale, Panguitch, and Cedar City areas. The stockings are being stuffed with both fun and
useful items. The LDS Bishop in Alton/Glendale assisted with identifying seniors in need and supporting this project in various ways. We are "Coming together in Christ," to serve our communities most needy citizens.
Salvation Army and Signs of Love (an international mission led by Robin Harter that teaches Sign Language and the Gospel of Jesus Christ
to the deaf) are worthwhile organizations also receiving support from Missions in 2021.
City At-Risk Hockey Team (Southern Utah Independent High School Hockey) will again receive support from DCCC missions for equipment and other needs. The rink, formerly on Highway 14 at Wood's Ranch, moved to a new location in 2022: land that a generous
donor purchased in Cedar City.
DCCC Missions supported at risk kids with gifts of hockey supplies.
Thank you to all church members and friends for gifts supporting the Christmas dinner project launched and completed in December 2020. Also thanks to Kerri and Davis Bonk of Martin's Deli in Duck Creek Village for contributing 100 pounds of potatoes for this project. Missions leaders Cathy Hackbart and Carol Gagliardi put together 11 Christmas dinners consisting of turkey, potatoes, dressing, gravy and other side dishes and delivered them to families in Alton, Glendale, and Cedar City. Children in the families also received wrapped Christmas gifts. We all know that COVID has been hard on working families this year so the gifts were much appreciated. Missions donations also supported the Salvation Army and Kane and Iron Counties Care & Share. Signs of Love, founded by Missionary Robin Harter, received support to further this worthy non-profit organization's work of bringing language, love, and the Bible to deaf persons in the Honduras and Africa. Missions also donated to support the purchase of hockey equipment with a gift to Southern Utah Yeti Incorporated, a non-profit group supporting at-risk kids. Pictured above are kids practicing hockey at the newly built skating ring in Iron County.
Missions was busy in 2019
DCCC Missions supports a variety of worthwhile projects each year. Missionary Robin Harter, founder of Signs of Love, joined us at DCCC on January 5, 2019, to speak about her amazing work as founder of and missionary with signsoflove.org work
in Honduras. Robin and the missionaries with Signs of Love bring Sign Language and the Gospel to the deaf. DCCC Missions also supported "Love Him Love Them" and their work in Haiti. This support was gifted in the memory of beloved Pastor Tom Jackson, whose
wife Irene is a leader in the Love Him Love Them mission.
Support of "Love Him Love Them"
Donation to this mission in memory of Pastor Tom.
Irene Jackson works to help the needy in Haiti.
"Love Him Love Them" packs donations to Haiti.
Great job Missions team! I have seen the hockey rink and it looks wonderful.
18.07 | 23:18
Thank you, Sharon! See you soon!
18.07 | 22:38
I will bring a crab salad for the picnic
01.06 | 23:26
Pastor Baden’s Memorial Day sermon was one of the best sermons I’ve heard in my entire life! Wish I was there to hear it. I hope those who were there appreciate his message. God Bless Pastor Baden.
27.02 | 14:13
Hi Chris: Church doors are open and we are holding in-person services every Sunday 11-noon with Fellowship following services. We look forward to seeing you soon!