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Blood Drive

Every donation helps 3 people, that's a fantastic return on investment!  We are holding a blood drive on Saturday, July 31st from 9-2 in our parking lot. Currently, you'll also find out if you have antibodies for Covid-19! The best way to sign up is to click the link below and in the upper right hand corner use the code: vision to get our drive to make an appointment.  Walk-ins are welcome, but appointment times will take priority meaning, not sure how long you will wait without an appointment.  And with the RapidPass option, you can fill out your health history ahead of time the day of and speed up the process when you're here.  

Questions? Email Annie at annie.thevisionchurch@gmail.com

Did you Know?: 

~Blood donation helps to lower harmful iron stores

~Reduces your risk for heart attack and cancer

~It is good for your mental health, your liver and your mitochondria!


Only 5% of people regularly engage in blood donation, but that small percentage outlive the other 95% in every study done to assess factors influencing longevity!


~Nationally, we currently only have a 2-3 day supply of blood, should a large national disaster occur, people will die due to not enough blood

~The shelf life of red blood cells is 42 days, and platelets, only 5 days

~Blood transfusion is the fourth most common inpatient hospital procedure in the U.S

Save a life, donate blood! 


Every other month we offer a communion service with extra special music and a short teaching to help us connect to God and the sacrifice of Jesus. You are welcome to join us and listen in or participate in communion, choice is yours and is a decision between you and God.

Center of Opportunity

Donations & Volunteers needed

The Gospel Rescue Mission's Center of Opportunity is no longer going to host Hope Fest weekend and is therefore in need of some donations.  We have a collection area in the lobby accepting drop off donations T-Su.  

Items needed are: Single Roll Toilet Paper rolls, Protein Bars, Canned Protein, Single Pouch Dog/Cat Food, Personal Hygiene Products for Women and Men, Socks, Water, Single Serve Non-Perishable Food Items.

They could also use some volunteers.  There are multiple areas to volunteer in, but a handful of Vision folks are going to serve dinner on the 2nd Thursday of the month from 4:30-6:30.  If you'd like to join them or volunteer in any capacity, sign up in the lobby or email Sandy.