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Your donations reflect Christ's light

Wednesday, December 23 2015 11:18 PM

You can help enhance seniors' spiritual life.  For only $25, you can help provide beautiful spaces where our community's seniors can worship.  All donations to the Spiritual Life Christmas appeal will be used to enhance the chapels at Good Samaritan Society – Olathe and Cedar Lake Village.

With your gifts, we’ll purchase new altar cloths and pulpit scarves for the chapel in the post-acute and skilled nursing center.

At Cedar Lake Village’s new Worship and Life Center, your donations will be used to install stained-glass overlays for the windows, a sound system, and a loop system that allows those with hearing impairments to hear worship services more clearly and without static.


“We do our best to meet the spiritual needs of all our residents,” says Joanna Randall, executive director. “The altar cloths and pulpit scarves have been well used and are well worn. They’re definitely due for an update.

“The new Worship and Life Center will have more space for everyone to gather together for services. Now we’re working to make the space beautiful and fully functional for everyone, including our hearing impaired residents.”

As a not-for-profit organization, we rely on donations to fund projects and purchase items that are outside our operating budget.

“These donations will ensure our residents have sacred spaces to celebrate and honor their vibrant faith through fellowship and worship,” says the Rev. Robert Tinch, chaplain for our campuses. “When spiritual needs are nourished, residents feel filled with peace and a sustaining hope.”

To learn more about making a donation, please contact Roberta Lindbeck, Director of Resource Development for the Good Samaritan Society – Communities of Olathe at (913) 324-2235.

All gifts are tax-deductible within IRS regulations. Thank you for your support!

Credit card gifts may be made online at www.good-sam.com/olathe and www.good-sam.com/clv.

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