Hopefully you have seen or heard by now that Operation Inasmuch is scheduled for Saturday, March 17, 2018. We hope you save the date and join us for an incredible day of service in our community. Some of you may be new to Operation Inasmuch and are wondering what it is all about or curious about what it takes to get involved. We hope we can help with some of your questions.
Why is it called Operation Inasmuch? The name “Inasmuch” comes from Matthew 25:40 where Jesus said, “Inasmuch as you did it for the least of these, you did it for me.”
Why are we doing this? We are called to serve our neighbors and our community. We are called to support those who are in need. As a church we use Operation Inasmuch as one of the ways in which we worship through service. It’s an “all hands on deck” day of giving back.
So what kind of jobs are we doing? Anything and Everything! There are opportunities for everyone regardless of skill level or ability. Some will be working on home repair projects, some will be pampering members of our community who don’t always feel special, some will be folding clothes and assembling care packages for babies in need and some can help with the huge yard sale! Everyone can make an impact.
Do you have to be a member? Absolutely not! Operation Inasmuch was one of the first ways that we connected with First Baptist. It’s a great opportunity to get involved, get out of your comfort zone and connect with people you might not cross paths with otherwise. We welcome anyone who is willing to help out.
Who can tell you more? If you have further questions, you can contact us or any staff member for more information.
— Walt & Sara Herbert
Operation Inasmuch Chairs