A Message from the Lord's Pantry: As the holiday season approaches during this Pandemic, we had to make some hard decisions. This year, more than ever, our families need our help. As you know, our Christmas distribution requires a very large space and requires many volunteers/donors – neither which are safe or advisable under the current conditions. The only safe solution would be to give our families gift cards so they could purchase gifts for their own children... That being said, … [Read more...]
To provide comfort, hope and a sense of belonging to our neighbors, to the wider world community.
The Walk is virtual, but the need could not be more real! (from the CROP Hunger Walks website) CROP Hunger Walks are happening in a new way! To keep everyone safe and healthy, Walks are going virtual – either walking alone, with immediate family or in small groups walking a safe distance apart. The work of CWS and our local hunger agencies continues – and with the possibility of a global famine on the horizon, raising money for vulnerable people is more needed than ever. Join us – … [Read more...]
Does pocket change just sit in a jar on your bureau, make your purse feel like 100 lbs, fall on the floor and roll around at the Wawa checkout, end up in your cup holder or down between the seats of your car? Seriously, is this the real purpose for pocket change? …We think not! So…. the Bouncing Back Committee is announcing: POCKET CHANGE FOR A POSITIVE PURPOSE HELP US RAISE FUNDS FOR THE “BOUNCING BACK” OUTREACH PROGRAM sending a message of comfort & consolation to grieving … [Read more...]
Join the committed volunteers who regularly work to keep our streetscape on Lancaster Avenue looking clean and well-cared for. Our first offering for 2019 will be on Saturday, April 27th, beginning at 8:00 a.m. in the parish's Bartholomew Hall. (NOTE THE START TIME IS ONE HOUR EARLIER THAN LAST YEAR'S EFFORTS.) It is anticipated that the cleanup will be concluded by 10:00 a.m. New A-A-H Coordinator Paul Okupriarek will be on hand to welcome everyone and help with morning … [Read more...]