Ms. Brown worked with other NRCS teachers and students to enlist students for the WCOP writing contest. In the end, 11 students submitted their pieces and six students were awarded prizes – 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes both in storytelling and poetry.
People who have food insecurities, and come to food pantries, have needs in addition to food. Government subsidies do not apply to many daily needs like toilet paper, kleenex, soap,…
You may have noticed the multiple notices about Calvary St. Andrews in recent Third Church communications and wondered why. The answer is that Third Church has “adopted” Calvary St. Andrews (CSA) during a transition period.
Why Outreach? Because in spite of preconceptions and assumptions about people that we all carry, you just never know when it will actually be Jesus who shows up!
People in need of food often require other services. This is one example of how the help people get those services.
The volunteers in the Third Presbyterian Food Cupboard and Thirds church staff know that sometimes food is not enough.
Giving food baskets to families in need is an annual tradition at Third Presbyterian Church. 84 families (260 children + adults) were provided a healthy balanced meal at a time of the month when food stamps run low.