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Consecration Sunday March 23rd
Prayerfully consider a sacrificial pledge.
During Lent, our goal is to collect at least 1,000 one-pound (1 lb.) boxes of spaghetti that will be provided to kindergartners through the Chester County Food Bank’s Backpack Program.
There are 13,000 school age children in Chester County that rely on the free or reduced lunch programs through the school. This program is helping 1,000 children, mostly kindergarteners, so they don’t have to skip meals over the weekend or face two days without food.
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“Shift” is a synonym for “change,” and that’s what God’s love does, it changes people.
We want to be changed and we want others’ lives to be changed.We want to become more like Jesus Christ, whose ministry never stops.
We want our spiritual journeys and our ministries to be constantly in gear moving forward; not in neutral or reverse.
This ongoing ministry began in 2003 with the objective of distributing food to families and individuals in the community with limited incomes and difficulties in getting out to go shopping. The Food Cupboard makes deliveries once a month (typically the third Saturday) and deliveries are made each month of the year. The ministry is fortunate…
“Since 1988, Bridge of Hope Lancaster & Chester Counties has served single mothers experiencing homelessness in achieving permanent housing and financial stability through employment. In the 12 to 18 month program, each woman is offered care and support from staff and church-based mentoring groups in Lancaster and Chester Counties, Pa. Our Vision To end and…