TC Cares is a one-day free health and wellness event Sojourn hosts each fall. On Saturday, October 13, we will need about 150 volunteers to put on this event. Please consider joining us as we seek to meet the needs of our neighbors in the name of Christ. Here are some action steps:
Want to more information?  Contact Kellie Beaton (event director) or stop by the TC Cares table in the lobby.
Volunteer as an advocate. Advocates are the single biggest need and the most important volunteer position of this event.  Sign up today at the TC Cares table in the lobby and plan to attend advocate training on October 2 @ 7pm or October 12 @ 7pm at Sojourn Church.  (Advocate volunteers are paired up with one family and act as their host as they navigate their way through the services.)
Volunteer on a team.  Many hands are needed! Stop by the TC Cares table in the lobby today for details about the different volunteer opportunities and to sign up to serve on a specific team. (Teams include winter outerwear closet, prayer, medical, dental, optical, physical therapy, chiropractic, donation collection, hygiene pantry, family photos, haircuts, registration, parking, set-up, clean-up, and the meal.)
Donate. Here is a list of needed donations. Donations can be dropped off at Sojourn Church, Monday - Thursday mornings and on Sundays.
 Health and Hygiene pantry items:

  • Laundry detergent 

  • Toothpaste 

  • Fabric softener 

  • Toothbrushes 

  • Multipurpose cleaner

  • Deodorant 

  • Shampoo/conditioner 

  • Paper towel 

  • Bath soap 

  • Toilet paper 

  • Antibacterial wipes 

  • Dishwashing liquid

  • Disposable razors 

  • Shaving cream

Winter Outerwear Items: (New or gently used...)

  • Winter coats for men (especially large and extra large), women and children

  • Boots for all ages

  • Hats

  • Mittens 

  • Children's snow pants

If you would like to make a financial contribution, make checks payable to Sojourn Church and indicate “TC CARES” on the check. 

Biggest current need…
 Advocates! Advocates! Advocates! And, volunteers to help with the collection, cleaning and set up of winter outerwear.