News From Terre Haute, Indiana

December 8, 2012

Fundraising allows ministry to move forward


TERRE HAUTE — Recent fundraising will allow Covenant Cooperative Ministry to own the building that houses its Christian Outreach Services at 122 S. 10th St.

“Owning our building gives us a huge asset going into the future,” said Rose Aycock, founder of the ministry. “It will also guarantee that Covenant Ministry can continue to serve the families in Vigo County and the Wabash Valley.”

CCM continues to have a need for financial contributions to cover costs of its many outreach programs.

There also are plans in the works for the ministry to establish a new church on its site in 2013.

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Baesler’s has been added to the list of Angel Tree sites in Terre Haute. Angel Trees will be displayed through Dec. 19 also at TJ Maxx, Kmart, Old Navy, Pacesetter and Rural King.

About 250 Angel Tags remain on the trees. Sponsors may also request Angel Tags by phone.

The Angel Tree program helps provide Christmas presents for needy children. For more information call 812-478-7700.