Mission and Community Outreach

Mission and Community Outreach
    MAGS
  • Mabank Area Good Samaritans (MAGS)

    Mabank Area Food Bank

    We are a mission of service ministries comprised of various churches in the Cedar Creek Lake area.

    Mabank Area Good Samaritans will seek to respond to the immediate physical needs of people who reside in our area, and to be a channel for all groups of goodwill in serving our fellow men.

    Persons with need are to be served regardless of race, sex, social, and/or economic status, national origin, or religious background. 

    The first Sunday of each month is designated "First Sunday Sharing for MAGS". You are encouraged to make a donation to MAGS in the envelope provided in the pews and/or bring food items and place them in the MAGS box in the Fellowship Hall. 

    Be a part of this great ministry. MAGS is continually soliciting for new volunteers. Just let Bill or Anne Burnett know if you wish to volunteer. "God doesn't ask what your ability is, but for your availability".

    If you wish to make a donation to MAGS, checks can be made out to MAGS and given to Bill or Anne Burnett. You may also make out a check to FPC with MAGS noted in the "memo" block of the check. 
     
    Meetings: 
    First Monday of each month from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM at the First United Methodist Church of Mabank,  501 S 3rd Street, Mabank, Texas.

     
    Items needed for Sunday of Sharing (First Sunday of each month)
    June 2014              Muffin mixes, 1 person (8 oz.) cans of meats or vegetables.           
    July 2014 Corn Bread Muffin Mix, Ramen Noodles, Canned tuna and chicken
    August 2014 Canned tuna and chicken, Corn Bread Muffin Mix, Monetary Donations
     
    Individuals and Families Served
    May 2014              204 families were served that included 658 individuals                               
    June 2014 202 families were served that included 206 children and 475 adults for a total of 681 individuals
    July 2014 277 families were served that included 760 people.