Volunteer programs suspended.

COVID-19 RESPONSE

COVID-19 Response

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FMM Chaplains and Volunteers Page: Log your interactions with the Partner Action Form and see the “calling script” fon the same page for staying in touch with supporters.

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Update 3/26/20 | 9:00 PM

 

Update 3/26/20 | 3:00 PM

Subject: POSTPONEMENT OF SPRING BANQUETS

Also, the following county banquets have been postponed:
Newaygo, Huron, Midland, Branch, Kalamazoo, Berrien, Osceola, Kent, Ingham, Bay, Montcalm, and Mecosta
Instead, we’ll be hosting live online events with ministry updates and testimonies. Stay tuned for more information.

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Update 3/26/20 | 3:00 PM

Subject: CALL TO PRAYER

Your prayers are urgently important. If you would join our prayer list for daily updates, please use your phone
and text “fmmcares” to 91999. Or Visit our Call to Prayer page.

For a downloadable and printable page for prayers, please click here for the March 2020 Calendar.

 

Update 3/24/20 | 11:00 PM

As a result of the Executive Order No.2020-21 issued by the Governor of the State of Michigan, Forgotten Man
Ministries staff will work from home until April 14, 2020, unless authorized by the Executive Director or supervisor
from the Regional Leadership Team. Our staffing has been modified to comply with the Executive Order and will
only allow staff to work outside their homes “to conduct minimum basic operations.”

Phil Johnson, Ron Weller, Todd Krygsheld, and Sarah Lindstrom are “conducting minimum basic
operations.” (E.O. 4 and 4B)

More names will be added to this list as workers and volunteers who “provide food, shelter, and other necessities
of life for economically disadvantaged or otherwise needy individuals.”

 

Update: 3/23/20 | 12.30 PM

As a result of the Executive Order  No.2020-21 issued by the Governor of the State of Michigan, Forgotten Man Ministries staff will work from home until April 14, 2020, unless authorized by the Executive Director or supervisor from the Regional Leadership Team. Our home office staffing has been modified to comply with the Executive Order and will only allow staff at the home office “to conduct minimum basic operations.”

Nathan DeWard, Betty Dykstra, Marilyn Terpstra, Steve Lindquist, Scott Hall, Cherri Kerr, Barb Faasse, and Ellen Kruithof will be responsible for “conducting minimum basic operations.” (E.O. 4 and 4B)

More names will be added to this list as workers and volunteers who “provide food, shelter, and other necessities of life for economically disadvantaged or otherwise needy individuals.”

 

Update: 3/21/20 | 9:35 AM

This week, Genesee County Chaplain Kenny Hovis was appointed the leader of the Genesee County Sheriff Office’s “Community Care Task Force.” They are mobilizing local faith leaders to serve the communities of Flint and the surrounding region. The sheriff swore in these leaders as deputy sheriffs in order to permit them access to roads and places in the event that the government needs to restrict the movement of its residents. To learn more visit the FMM posting Here and the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office”Community Care Task Force” page Here.

 

Update: 3/20/20 | 10:30 PM

FMM has temporarily suspended all volunteer ministry in the 34 county jails we serve in. We will list updates on the website “warning bar” when programs reopen. FMM staff continue to serve but at a reduced load.

 

Update: 3/20/20 | 5:00 PM

FMM has postponed all regularly scheduled spring banquets in favor of hosting live online events.

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