Chairman Donald Black led the Jan. 24 meeting held at the Jones County Senior Center. The meeting was brief due to several members on the agenda who did not brave the cold temperatures or had other commitments.
Mustard Seed founder Gary Hargis reported that the ministry had its biggest year ever with a total of $1.1 million in good works being done in 2013. He said the ministry is hosting an event at the W.E. Knox Civic Center Feb. 24 at 7 p.m. to introduce itself to the portion of the community that does not know what the ministry does.
Hargis said the event will have speakers, some of whom were the recipients of the ministries’ projects, and slide presentations depicting roofs that were put on homes and ramps that were built, etc.
“We expect to do a lot more good this year and the community needs to get involved,” he said.
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