Anderson Grove Presbyterian Church

The Little Church With A Big Heart

12005 S 36th Street
Bellevue, NE 68123
(402) 292-5522
church@andersongrove.org

Programs

Ladies Aid:

The Ladies Aid under the leadership of President Pat Cluck have been very busy in 2007 & 2008.  

The project of gloves, scarves, mittens and caps for the Salvation Army was conducted again with the help from the entire church this Christmas season. The total for this project was 57 hats, 20 scarves, 77 pairs of gloves, and hat and glove combinations. They collected personal items and clothing for the women at the Bellevue Shelter for abused women and children. They spearheaded the drive to collect school supplies which were distributed to Bertah Barber and Chandler Hills Elementary Schools. There were three food drives for the Bellevue Food Bank. They once again decorated the church for Christmas along with help from many others in the congregation. They have been busy with our monthly pot-luck dinners. They have held two fund-raisers for approximately $1,600.00 on behalf of Austin Taylor, grandson of Linda Taylor and great-grandson of Erma Smith.

They mourn the loss of their dear friend, Lou Coschka, and have placed an angel statue in her memory in the sanctuary.

Operation Kool-Aide:

Is an attempt to bring Americans together in the theme of Supporting our Deployed Troops; those in Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan by sending care packages to select points of contact for distribution throughout the Middle East... getting a card or letter to a home sick Soldier, Sailor, Airman or Marine that would - if just for a brief moment - let them know that we care about them and their health, wellness and readiness in a combat situation.

Cards & Bags:

Greeting cards and bags are collected and provided to the Masonic Home in Plattsmouth, NE.

Other Annual Missions:

Anderson Grove Church also supports Heifer International, Christian Motorcycle Association, and the Bellevue Food Pantry.

Run for the Son

The Christian Motorcyclists Association (CMA) has been able to extend its outreach to millions of people throughout the world by the fruits of Run for the Son.  By giving to fellow ministries, CMA has been able to place the message of Hope in front of the multitudes in hundreds of other countries.  In addition, Run for the Son has enabled CMA to equip the saints here in the United States to reach the lost with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  The successful efforts of the past twenty years have raised over 27 million dollars to help spread the Good News.

 The Run for the Son is a yearly fund raiser by CMA members and chapters. Funds are divided among three world-reaching ministries:

The remaining funds (40%) are used in the USA to reach the motorcycling community.