MASON CITY – On Saturday, November 12, 2016, the Caring Pregnancy Center of Mason City will host our annual Dessert Reception at Music Man Square. This year’s theme will be “30 Years of Transformation”. As the theme suggests, this year’s reception will be not only be a celebration of 30 years since the creation of the Caring Pregnancy Center, but also a reflection on where we’ve come from as Pastor Larry Yeoman returns as our featured speaker. Pastor Larry is someone who was instrumental in the beginning of CPC, and we are so honored to have him return to help remind us of how far we’ve come with the support of our donor community.
“30 Years of Transformation” will also be a setting that will allow us to review the current status of the Caring Pregnancy Center, and the nature of caring for the families who seek our assistance, and then we’ll look forward to what the future holds as we prepare for another “30 Years of Transformation” and beyond. Since its inception, the Caring Pregnancy Center has seen 1,255 babies born while their mothers were guided by our staff and volunteers. There are many negative statistics in the world today, but 1,255 babies born is something we hope you’ll help us celebrate on Saturday, November 12th at Music Man Square!
The Caring Pregnancy Center in Mason City is a Christ-centered ministry committed to sharing the gospel message, and upholding the sanctity of human life by demonstrating the love of Christ to women and men facing unplanned pregnancies and financial difficulties. In the past year, our ministry has continued to be blessed following the purchase of an on-site ultrasound machine, allowing families-to-be the life that awaits their love and care. We continue to be strengthened by our volunteers and staff who live and carry out this mission on a day-to-day basis at the Center.
The “30 Years of Transformation” Dessert Reception will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at Music Man Square in Mason City. For more information on the event or to register, visit www.cpcmasoncity.org, or call (641) 424-2237.