Change The World: Volunteer Lunches

Another way to serve at Change The World Allen is to provide the supplies to feed our volunteers. If you are able to provide any of the items listed below, you can drop them off at First United Methodist Church Allen in the Fellowship Hall kitchen Thursday May 17 between 9:00am and 5:00pm and on […]

Change The World: Garage Sale

Change the World Weekend Garage Sale Saturday, May 19 8:00am-1:00pm Help us support Change The World Weekend projects by donating your gently loved items for one huge garage sale on Saturday, May 19. Donations may be dropped off starting Monday, May 14, in the west entrance (Greenville side) of the church.. We also need volunteers […]

Change The World: Men’s Clothing Drive

MEN’S CLOTHING DRIVE Looking for clothing suitable for job interviews UNDERWEAR (New in package) DRESS SOCKS (New) BELTS  SIZE 32-42 (New/Gently Used) MEDIUM-LARGE DRESS SHIRTS (New/Gently Used) TIES (New/Gently Used) All gently used clothing must be clean and in good repair Drop your donations from April 29-May 20 in the blue Trusted World bins located at […]

Bake Sale

Sunday, March 25 9:00am-12:00pm BAKED GOODS NEEDED! We need your help to make the annual Women In Missions Bake Sale a success as we raised funds for scholarships. If you bake, please consider donating your cake, pie, cookies, bars, brownies, or candy to the annual Women in Missions Bake Sale! Bring your delicious goods to […]

Holiday Challenge Update

Change the World Allen offers children, teens, and adults the opportunity to pay if forward right here in our home community with different ways to serve others. To keep the spirit of CTW alive year round, our members and many of our friends participated in the Change the World Holiday Challenge. Through these efforts, we […]

Girl Scout Silver Award Project Benefits APT G: A Place to Go

Many thanks to the Girl Scout cadette who, for her Girl Scout Silver Award, updated the costume closet for APT G: A Place to Go, FUMC Allen’s special needs ministry for teenagers and young adults. Her goal was to collect at least 30 costumes for the 20-25 special needs youth who attend APT G each […]