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The Call

Vol. E17, Number 15

updated: August 14, 2017

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Financial support for Harry Howe, Project Crossroads

<p>Photo above: Harry Howe. Photo at top of page: Project Crossroads house in Marion.</p>

Photo above: Harry Howe. Photo at top of page: Project Crossroads house in Marion.


 

In order to be a mission and meet the needs of those we serve, we are dependent upon financial gifts to support our ministry.

Gifts may be sent directly to Project Crossroads at:

Project Crossroads
136 Snider Branch Road
Marion, VA 24354

Or, if you are a United Methodist, you may give through your local church by making the check out to your church and designating it Holston Conference Advance #3500-301-72.

If you would like to provide Covenant Support for the the Rev. Harry Howe, designate your check for Holston Conference Advance #3500-301-72 ... or for "Harry Howe, Project 020."

Harry Howe was a Church and Community Worker under the General Board of Global Ministries (GBGM) for 20 years, but since 2013, has served as a Holston Conference Church and Community Worker. He currently receives no financial support through the GBGM and is dependent on the support of local churches and individuals.

 

 

 

See also: "United Methodist mission runs deep through Marion" (The Call, 8/16/17)