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Our Christmas gifts for Bethany Children's Home.
Food & their first books delivered to the Nise Motherless Children's home by Bridge of Faith.
Food Pantry: The Lord's Pantry, Ottisville, PA serves low income families in the upper Bucks area, reaching out to over 80 families a week. The Pantry is open Monday from 2-5pm, Tuesday from 9:30-11:30am, and Thursday from 9:30am-1pm. They can be reached at 610-847-2402.
We have maintained a long relationship with the Lord's Pantry, collecting nonperishable items on an ongoing basis. Thank you for your continued donations of nonperishable items for the pantry. Baskets are in the foyer.
Bethany Children's Home, Womelsdorf, PA: In their unique and specialized programs, youth have access to a variety of therapeutic, spiritual, and cultural services in addition to recreational activities. Youth reside on campus in one of our historic cottages with a family comprised of house parents and support staff. Explore the tabs above to learn more about Bethany, how we support local youth, and how you can help us help our youth succeed in their goals to be reunified in the community! Last year we sent 5 large boxes filled with Christmas gifts for the youth.
Bridge of Faith: Founded in 2006, Bridge of Faith is a joint project of three UCC churches and is a registered non-profit organization in Nigeria. Its purpose is to mobilize people and religious organizations in New Jersey to support a variety of health and human service programs in the Awka, Nigeria area.
One Great Hour of Giving: A gift to One Great Hour of Sharing enables the church to share God’s love with our neighbors-in-need around the world by providing relief to those affected by natural disasters, provide food to the hungry, and helping to empower the poor and oppressed.
Neighbors in Need: is a special mission offering of the UCC that supports ministries of justice and compassion throughout the United States. One-third of NIN funds support the Council for American Indian Ministry(CAIM). Two-thirds of the offering is used by the UCC's Justice and Witness Ministries(JWM) to support a variety of justice initiatives, advocacy efforts, and direct service projects through grants.