We’re now several months into the global CoVid pandemic, and it can take a toll on our mental health. And even as restrictions begin to loosen, the experts agree – one of the best things we can do for our mental health, is to help others. Over the summer, Mosaic Chapel participated in a variety of community projects to help others, including sewing masks, collecting shoes, painting sidewalks for schools, serving families through Family Promise and building yard libraries for One Heart Warriors. Below are details on what we’re doing this fall.

Mosaic Chapel is doing a Food Drive! Join us in December to help the Gallatin Valley Food Bank. Because of the CoVid-19 pandemic, the Food Bank’s largest food drive of the year, Can the Griz, didn’t bring in as much as it normally does. In addition, the need is greater than ever!

From December 6-20, bring non-perishable food items to any Mosaic Chapel gathering, including our Home Groups and Christmas Service on Sunday, December 20, or drop-off at Pastor Molly’s house at anytime (contact for address – molly@mosaicchapel.org). We’ll deliver everything collected to the Food Bank on Monday, December 21. Consider encouraging your friends and neighbors to get involved! 

Click here for a printable Food Bank Wish List