FPCC is blessed to have so many great partners for the Sunday Supper ministry. Meals in May will be provided by New Hope Presbyterian Church, Immanuel Baptist Church, Millcreek Community Church and Lamb of God Lutheran Church. We are grateful for the many diverse congregations that support our Sunday Supper Ministry.
If you enjoy helping at Sunday Supper or have never volunteered in the past and are looking for a new ministry opportunity, please sign up in the parlor. By knowing who to expect on a Sunday, I avoid over-scheduling or under-scheduling volunteers for the meal. Why not ask a friend to volunteer with you. Dish washers are always needed!
Thank you all for your continued support for this ministry, and get ready for some summer opportunities to prepare and serve the meal as July and August have several open Sundays. Volunteer groups and individuals are encouraged to sign-up now.
Thank you to the volunteers from FPCC and from the community. We always need about 5 volunteers from FPCC to help make Sunday Supper run smoothly. A sign-up sheet is on an easel in the parlor for your convenience. If you have helped with Sunday Supper in the past, why not invite someone new to sign up with you for a Sunday. Please help by consulting your calendar and signing up for a Sunday or two. Knowing that FPCC people are coming on any given Sunday greatly relieves stress and helps with planning.
Donations to our weekly Sunday Supper program are accepted, anytime, through the FPCC church office at 814-456-4243. If you would like to volunteer for Sunday Supper, please contact Pat Tracy at 864-6118 or [email protected]. Volunteers are always needed to make this ministry possible.
Thank you for your continuous support of Sunday Supper.
God is Good. All The Time.
Joy and peace, Pat Tracy
April & March 2017
The Sunday Supper ministry continued to grow and bring more community volunteers to First Covenant to welcome our neighbors with a hot meal. St. Paul’s Cathedral hosted Sunday Supper on April 2 due to a Koinonia weekend at FPCC. Meals in April were prepared and served by members of the following churches: Millcreek Community Church, Emmanuel Presbyterian Church and All Saints Parish, a new partner in Sunday Supper.
In March, The Cathedral of Saint Paul prepared and served Sunday Supper when Koinonia was in Knox Hall on March 5 and then once again, dinner was served for two Sundays at the First United Methodist Church due to Our Neighbors’ Place returning to Knox Hall. Supper was prepared and served in March by the Cathedral of Saint Paul, students from Gannon University, Wayside Presbyterian Church and Edinboro Presbyterian Church. We are truly blessed by these partnerships, especially with neighborhood churches and Gannon University.