2020 - 2021 Mission Partners
- Published: 12 June 2020 12 June 2020
Bread of Life prepares and serves lunch each Wednesday. Agape Shop sells donations of clothing and household items. It is the fourth largest poverty area in the US.
We support St. Lucy’s with our volunteer’s for the Bread of Life Program/sock collection for Agape Shop/Spread the Love (jams and peanut butter)/mission budget dollars.
Eastern Farm Workers Association
Eastern Farm Workers Association is a free and voluntary unincorporated private membership association of migrant and seasonal farm workers, low-paid service and temporary workers, day laborers, independent contractors, and others who fall outside the protections of federal labor laws. EFWA operates on an all-volunteer basis.
We support the organization with food drives/assist with fund raising efforts/mission budget dollars.
Clear Path for Veterans was founded in January 2011 (Canine Programming) serving as a single point of contact for veterans, service members, and their families…. to assist them in becoming successful in our community by connecting them and their families to the resources and support networks available.
We support the organization with food drives/household items/mission budget dollars.
OTHER MISSION PROJECTS INCLUDE...
PRESBYTERIAN DISASTER ASSISTANCE
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is strongly engaged in responding to all forms of natural disaster: Hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, earthquakes, and fires. Because of your gifts to One Great Hour of Sharing, PDA has been able to respond quickly, offering initial grants and National Response Team members to assist with assessments.
The needs for the response are great. God's people are once again called on to stand in the "GAP" - Give, Act, Pray.
THE SKANEATELES CHURCHES ECUMENICAL FOOD PANTRY
The Samaritan Center is an Interfaith effort of community members committed to serving the hungry and those in need in order to promote their welfare dignity and self-sufficiency. It is rooted in the belief that sound nutrition is the first step in enabling people to cope and become productive, self-sufficient members of society. Since 1981 Samaritan Center has worked to fight hunger in the greater Syracuse community by providing nutritious hot meals to anyone in need 7 days a week - no questions asked. FPC sign up each year for specific dates to act as servers, kitchen help and food preparation.
INTERFAITH WORKS (Syracuse)
The Refugee Resettlement Program of special interest to this church has we have a long history involving support, for example, to a member of the Lost Boys from Sudan.
Since 1999, OnPoint has helped more than 9,000 first-generation youth to get into college, stay there, and succeed afterwards. The majority of OnPoint for College students are: First Generation college students (over 90%); Low-income students whose families believe college is financially impossible; Young adults who have no parent in their lives (30% of our students); including those who are homeless, aging out of foster care, and refugees; and Adults who have been involved with the court system, who are in recovery or who are seeking a new path.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON CENTER
Originally established in 1927 to serve as a community resource for the African-American community in Auburn NY. Today, the agency's broad range of programs welcome everyone in the community and include before and after school programs for youth in grades K-12, a drop in center for teens, senior programming for adults ages 55 and older, facilitated health enrollment for Child Health Plus.
SPECIAL MISSION OFFERINGS
As part of our Mission commitment we participate in the four (4) PCUSA special Offerings: One Great Hour of Sharing, Pentocost, Peace & Global Witness and Christmas Joy.
- Published: 14 April 2015 14 April 2015
An Ecumenical Boarding House for Independent Seniors
*Front of the Manor Home *Spacious Living Room facing Genesee St.
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* Modern Kitchen With Healthy Home Style Cooking