Project Moses is a mission founded by parishioners to highlight the truths of human trafficking and share the Light of Christ with its survivors. Read below for information on both efforts in fighting human trafficking and also associated ministry opportunities and events.
3 MISSIONAL AREAS
To support the mission, 3 areas of concentration have been established: formation/education, advocacy, and outreach.
Partnering with New Friends New Life, a local organization providing services for trafficking victims, we provide meals for trafficking survivors and additional resources.
PROJECT MOSES PARTNERSHIPS
New Friends New Life
A new project, the Youth Resource Center will be a place of healing, restoration, services, new friends, and new life for youth in our community who have been victimized. Financial donations are needed to provide items for this new facility. Contact Terry or Mark Demler to donate.
Cooking & Serving Meals
Monthly, we serve dinner to 50 survivors at New Friends New Life monthly during 2019. The evening before serving the meal, we will gather at Saint Michael to cook. Future serving dates are October 2, November 6, and December 4.
WE NEED YOU!
Interested? Come to a meeting! All meetings are 6-7 p.m. in the Coke Activities Room:
- Wednesday, September 11
- Wednesday, October 9
- Wednesday, November 13
- Wednesday, December 11
- Wednesday, January 8
- Wednesday, February 12
- Wednesday, March 11
- Wednesday, April 8
- Wednesday, May 13
For questions and more information, contact:
Mark Demler [email protected]
Terry Demler [email protected]
Last October 20, Project Moses presented a free community event, sponsored by Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, that brought together national, regional, and local experts in the field of human trafficking to provide information on research, law enforcement, and legislative fronts. A panel of human trafficking survivors was provided, offering a unique perspective into this horrific crime and the individual and community trauma caused by its existence.Read More »