New LUM Video - Giving Help, Giving Hope
New LUM Video to Debut in June 2018
Lafayette Urban Ministry is excited to announce that a new LUM video is currently being produced and will debut in June.

This video will be used by LUM board members and staff to recruit new volunteers, engage new churches, civic & school groups, and ask individuals and businesses to invest in LUM by making a donation. This video will eventually be made available to the public through the LUM website, and anyone, including member churches, may use the video to entice their members to engage and invest in LUM as well. The video features Joe Micon, LUM executive director, and several LUM volunteers who tell heart-felt stories about how LUM "Gives Help & Gives Hope" each and every day of the year.

Stay tuned for more information about the exciting, official LUM Video debut!
LUM Families Attend Purdue Baseball Game
LUM Families Hosted by Levi Restaurants at Purdue
Levi Restaurants (official Purdue athletics food service) provided tickets and concessions coupons to LUM After School Program students and their families to attend the final Purdue Baseball home game (versus Michigan) last Saturday afternoon at Alexander Field. Fifty-eight from LUM attended the game. The Boilermakers won, extended their home win streak to 13 games and finished the season in second place in the Big Ten standing. {Pictured at the game are David & Elizabeth Matheson with their sons, Daniel & Keegan.}

Thanks to Levi Restaurants for thinking of LUM and our families and good luck to the Boilermakers this week at the Big Ten Tournament in Omaha. If you or your group would like to sponsor an event or study trip for LUM students, please email or call Amanda Bajzatt (abajzatt@lumserve.org | 765-423-2691).
Congratulations - Class of 2018 - Graduates
Good Luck & Best Wishes to All Graduates
Congratulations to all who recently graduated from college including Purdue University & Ivy Tech Community College as well as all who are about to graduate from high school in Lafayette, West Lafayette & Tippecanoe County.

You Did It! Well Done!

As you start your next journey, please remember to continue to give back to your community.
Good luck & best wishes to you from your friends at Lafayette Urban Ministry.
Meals Needed - Grace Recovery
Support for Adults in Addiction & Their Families
Would you or your group like to help with a local substance use disorder recovery mission but you aren't sure where to start?

Grace Recovery hosts several weekly events including A Better Life Brianna's Hope and 70-80 meals are needed each week. Each Thursday, Grace Recovery offers a meal, a support meeting for adults in addiction, counseling for children ages four to twelve, counseling and support groups for family members and friends, childcare, and a teen group. Your group is welcome to prepare and serve the meal or simply prepare and drop it off.

The Mission of Grace Recovery is to provide the support, education and opportunities for people affected by substance abuse to find their own spiritual path that will allow them to live, work, learn and participate fully in their communities. If you or your group or church would like to help, please email or call Jason Padgett, Grace Recovery director ( tafiapg@gmail.com | 765-414-2169).