Apple Creek United Methodist Church
269 W. Main St, P. O. Box 265, 
Apple Creek Ohio 44606, Phone 330-698-3101,

Pastor Kenn Curren
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Apple Creek's history. Our ACUMC building upgrades. Just who is John Chapman?  Whatever happened to Edinburg Ohio? 

An interesting 180 year timeline of our leaders and staff.

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Mission trips
Pastor Sam's trip to Guatemala, David and Pat Munn's trip to the Holy Land, Doug and Beth Wright, our missionaries in Africa, more.

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"The Connector". Both are published monthly.

Activities Our Sewing Circle, the Community Food Pantry, Rummage sales, Christmas Food Baskets and more.

Community Food Pantry

Since the Fall of 2004 our church has housed the Community Food Pantry.  We serve all of the Apple Creek community and most of Southeast School District.  We call this an “EMERGENCY” food pantry!  It is meant to help you get by to the end of the month when your dollars won’t stretch any further, you fall on hard times, or you need time to make financial arrangements from the loss of a job.  

We receive our food from food drives held by the Student Council at Waynedale High School and John R. Lea Middle School every Fall.  Other resources have been The Fairlawn Mennonite Church, 4-H Clubs, Girl Scout Troops, and many individual donations of food and money. 

We take what we call three days worth of food, but it will last more than three days.  We take 3 main dinner items, spaghetti noodles and spaghetti sauce, egg noodles with cream of mushroom soup and a can of tuna, boxed macaroni and cheese.  Then we add breakfast foods, a box of cereal and complete pancake mix with syrup.  Everyone gets peanut butter and jelly.  We always bring at least 2 cans of soup, 3 cans of vegetables and maybe some fruit.  Then we top it off with other things that have been donated.  We also take fresh items like milk, bread, butter and eggs.  If you need any taxable items we may be able to purchase those also. 

All you need to do is call the church office at 330-698-3101.  If you get the answering machine please leave your name and number and someone will get back with you as soon as possible.  The person calling you back will ask certain questions about the needs of your family, like if there are any allergies, how many children, and what ages?  Arrangements are then made to get the food to you.  We can deliver it to your door or you may pick it up.

Janet Kaufman.    

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This page last modified on February 21, 2016.