Missions at Honey Brook United Methodist Church
Missions are at the heart of Honey Brook United Methodist Church! Listed below are some of our current missions:
Kitchen Ministry Team - Our congregation is blessed with a number of excellent bakers and cooks who make sure that no one ever leaves our church hungry! We also enjoy fellowship time on Sunday after worship and pot-luck lunches the third Sunday of every month. Our Kitchen Ministry sponsors a number of dinners throughout the year and occasionally serves dinners at the Honey Brook Youth Center
Honey Brook Youth Center
The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) - United Methodist Committee on Relief - As the humanitarian relief and development arm of The United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Committee on Relief assists United Methodists and churches to become involved globally in direct ministry to persons in need.
Food Ministries - Honey Brook Food Pantry - Honey Brook Food Pantry - The Honey Brook Food Pantry provides a 3-4 day supply of various food items on a monthly basis to neighbors in need within Twin Valley School District. Our mission is to serve them with respect while empowering them toward food security and independence.
Clare House - Clare House - Clare House is a transitional housing program where mothers and children facing homelessness can receive the safety, support, and respect they deserve – while starting their journey toward a more stable, more rewarding life.
Samaritan's Purse - Operation Christmas Child - Operation Christmas Child - Shoeboxes.
Honey Brook Elementary Center - school supplies for children who need them - Honey Brook Elementary Center.
- World Vision - sponsorship of children in 3rd World Countries - World Vision - Sponsor A Child.
E. Marie Leisey Scholarship Fund
Honey Brook United Methodist Church supports the E. Marie Leisey Scholarship Fund
which has assisted numerous young members of the church to attend college.
Here is a quote from the Leisey Family Website:
"Mother [E. Marie Leisey] was on the Board of Directors of the Honey Brook Methodist Church for many years, a member of the church choir and performed in church plays, participated in strawberry festivals, and was a founder and first president of the Senior Citizen's Club of Honey Brook. After mother passed away, the family set up a scholarship fund at the Honey Brook Methodist Church in her memory. The E. Marie Leisey Scholarship Fund has assisted numerous young members of the church to attend college."
Guidelines for the E. Marie Leisey Scholarship
The Scholarship should be awarded to MEMBERS of the church who will be or are attending the college of their choice.
That each Scholarship be a minimum or $500.00.
A special collection should be taken once each year to allow the congregation to contribute to the Scholarship.
Anyone interested in applying for the E. Marie Leisey Scholarship should contact the church by phone at (610) 273-9548 or by submitting a Contact request on the "Contact Us" page of this website.
Honey Brook or Honeybrook?
Honey Brook or Honeybrook, which is correct? In some places outside of our community and on the Internet, you may see "Honeybrook" spelled as just one single word, but the correct spelling is two words; "Honey" and "Brook."