An essential expression of our faith is to support charitable and mission efforts, locally and worldwide, with both our time and talents. We're a committed Christian congregation from the Anabaptist and Mennonite tradition who actively support Mennonite Mission Network and Mennonite charities. We're also committed members of our community, and it's common to find a volunteer from here donating their time to help our neighbors in Woodford County.
is active around the globe, demonstrating Christ's compassion by helping the poor and healing the sick in innovative and exciting ways.
is the umbrella group for Mennonite Church USA's many excellent spiritual outreach programs.
The Illinois Mennonite Relief Sale is a don't-miss annual tradition that draws visitors from all over Central Illinois. Its a place where quality, handcrafted goods, yummy foods, and family fun are enjoyed for worthy causes. A unique way to experience faith in action.
provide emergency shelter (for women and children only), financial aid and education, community and resource referral, and basic essentials to residents of Woodford County and Washington, IL who find themselves homeless, a victim of domestic violence, or in any other crisis situation.
We host Head Start Eureka. This is a federally funded program that empowers families and promotes school readiness in preschool aged children. Tazewell Woodford Head Start serves approximately 350 families in the surrounding communities.
Their teachers follow a developmentally appropriate curriculum based on the Head Start Framework and Illinois Learning Standards. They also work with surrounding school districts and agencies to serve individual needs. Along with educational services they provide health, nutrition, transportation, parent involvement, and family services.
Secondhand shopping is at its finest at the Eureka Et Cetera Shop! Where every purchase is a gift to the world. Shop, donate, or volunteer.
It is our great joy to have the Communities of Maple Lawn serving the retirement needs of those in our community and in Central Illinois.