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Our Monthly Monetary Missions

Action in Mission (AIM) is the committee that leads the Lakeview congregation in reaching out to those in need in the local, regional, national, and international community. We do this by designating monthly missions for which we raise awareness and collect funds. Five of these missions are designated United Church of Christ missions. We are a "5 for 5" church" participating in all five UCC missions.

We also do hands on mission work in our community as well as fundraising. AIM coordinates a yearly mission trip for youth and adults. Here is a partial list of groups/missions that we support:

AIM (Action In Mission) coordinates a monthly mission which raises funds or collects products for local service groups. In addition, there is an annual mission "trip" for older youth and adults serving local non-profit organizations such as Habitat for Humanity or Washington UCC. Listed below are groups/missions that Lakeview supports monetarily or with hands-on volunteers:

Lakeview UCC Missions
Coordinated by
AIM (Action in Mission Committee)

Local Missions

Caracole, Inc.--reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS in Greater Cincinnati through housing, care and prevention

Heartfelt Tidbits—a 100% volunteer-based organization empowering refugee and immigrant families to reach self-sufficiency through our extensive support and innovative programming—they serve the greater Cincinnati area 

Childhood Food Solutions—program providing food on weekends and school holidays to children in targeted zip codes of Cincinnati

Interfaith Hospitality Network of Warren County (IHNWC)—Lakeview donations support “Christmas in July,” a program providing back-to-school clothing and supplies for current and past school-aged clients of this agency, serving the homeless of Warren County.

Washington United Church of Christ “Back to School” and “Gifts to the Manager”—providing clothing, school supplies, and toys for children of families living in the Camp Washington neighborhood of Cincinnati

Shared Harvest Foodbank—local agency serving clients of food pantries in Butler, Darke, Miami, Preble and Warren counties

Pastor’s Discretionary Fund—administered by Pastor Todd to meet emergency needs of church members and local neighbors

Queen City Kitchen—funds used to provide Saturday breakfast for the community 6 times per year

Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank—local organization partnering with social service agencies to meet the diaper needs of low income children in Greater Cincinnati

Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati (MARCC)—interfaith coalition working as a way for the religious community to speak out in one voice to raise the level of civil discussion and improve public policy in the region

Prison Ministry of LUCC—provide postage for newsletter and personal letters written and mailed to prisoners throughout the U.S., overseen by LUCC member, Sue A.

United Church Homes—Providing affordable senior housing, transforming aging by building a culture of community, wholeness and peace. Our doors are open to everyone, regardless of faith, gender expression or sexual identity.

UCC Missions

Strengthen the Church—provides funds for new church starts and struggling UCC congregations

One Great Hour of Sharing—supports relief and rehabilitation work where environmental, economic and political disasters exist throughout the world

Neighbors in Need—supports relief and rehabilitation work for those affected by economic and environmental disasters in the U.S., particularly Native Americans.

The Christmas Fund—helps support retired UCC pastors with limited pensions and their surviving spouses, as well as low income pastors currently serving churches

Current Hands-On Mission Opportunities   

Interfaith Hospitality Network—dinner, evening, and overnight hosting of Warren County homeless families staying in local churches.  Lakeview currently assists St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church in Lebanon during their hosting weeks throughout the year.

Queen City Kitchen Breakfast—Lakeview members purchase, prepare and serve breakfast to those living in Walnut Hills community in Cincinnati 4th Saturday of January, March, May, July, September, and November.

Christmas Gifts—purchased and wrapped for sponsored low income individuals served by local organizations—recipients vary year to year.

The AIM Committee is always seeking new members and volunteers to lead and participate in outreach activities, as well as new ideas of where to focus outreach energies.  If interested, contact Sandee McAlpine.

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