MARKET FAIR CLOSING — November 2, 2019
November 2, 2019marks the last sale day for Market Fair. At that time, along with regular in-ventory, we will be selling ALL HOLIDAY and SEASONAL MERCHANDISE: CHRISTMAS, EASTER, HALLOWEEN and THAKSGIVING. We are no longer collecting clothing, linens, pocketbooks, shoes, jewelry and household items. All clothing, linens, shoes, and pocketbooks can be dropped in the large BINS in our parking lot at the left side entrance of the Parish Hall.
Welcoming the Rev. Canon Andrew Wright — Sunday, November 10, 2019
Fr. Kevin will not be with us on Nov 10th as it is the centennial celebration of his former parish in PA and he will be participating in it. In his absence The Rev. Canon Andrew Wright will be presiding at Holy Eucharist, 8:00 AM and 10:15 AM. Canon Wright is eager to celebrate with St. Peter’s Community. Following each service he' would like to have informal conversations with those in attendance. We will host a more formal coffee hour after each service than we normally do.
IT’S TURKEY TIME AT THE HAVEN!
Drop off your Frozen Turkeys Friday, Nov. 22, and Sat, Nov. 23: 9:00 AM—3:00 PM Sun., Nov. 24: 11:00 AM—6:00 PM. Drop off suggested donations anytime after Nov. 1st: Suggested Donations: Potatoes or Sweet Potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy ,canned or fresh vegetables, boxed or fresh desserts. No time to shop? Make your checks payable to St. Peter’s Haven and we’ll take care of the shopping for you!
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Collecting New Men's Socks and Underwear
The Haven's Case Manager is working with the homeless around Boany Village She is helping them get their paperwork, birth certificates, ID's, etc. so that they may be able to get some assistance and get off the streets. Working with the City, the Haven transports these homeless a couple of times a month to the Catherine Rowe Commons transitional housing on Trenton Street where they can take showers, see a doctor and receive clean clothes. New socks and underwear are always needed. Mostly men's M and L. Donations can be dropped off at the Haven office.
Pantry Food Needs
St. Peter’s Haven’s Food Pantry is encouraging donations of healthy foods. Please consider donating 2 pound bags of brown rice, whole grain pastas and cereals, salt free tomato products and healthy soups.
St. Peter’s Haven Volunteer Opportunities
Food Pantry: Wednedays, Thursdays, & Saturdays: 9:00AM – 12Noon