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Mechanicsville Churches Emergency Functions

New Hanover Presbyterian provides support for MCEF (Mechanicsville Churches Emergency Functions) by collecting and donating non-perishable food items on the first Sunday of each month. MCEF includes churches in the Mechanicsville area of Hanover County, VA working together to provide for the needs of our community. Services include: financial assistance, food, clothing, and the Senior Rides Program.

 

5 Cents-A-Meal

We support the Presbyterian Hunger Program PC(USA) through a special “5 Cents-A-Meal” offering on the third Sunday of each month. This collection goes to alleviate hunger throughout the region served by the Presbytery of the James.

  

Grace Fellowship

First Baptist Church in Richmond offers a hot meal and fellowship to those in need through the Grace Fellowship program, every Thursday throughout the year, from 5 – 7 p.m. For many years now, New Hanover Presbyterian Church has volunteered to be a part of this important ministry at least twice a year, along with many other metro Richmond churches. This special program not only offers support and a hot meal to those who are hungry or homeless, it offers its volunteers a vital opportunity to sit down, break bread, and share a conversation or prayer with someone you might not otherwise have the opportunity to get to know. All that is required is a few hours of your time and a dish to share! We meet at First Baptist on the corner of Boulevard and Monument.

To help, please contact Janice Reagan.

 Rise Against Hunger

Come and help us as we join forces with the Rise Against Hunger team to help combat the issue of hunger. For .29 cents a meal our goal is to package over 10,000 meals. Each meal will be loaded with nutrients and protein and help to nourish those who are hungry around the world.

Thanks to you we have completed our commitment! Our time, energy, and money contributions helped to send over 10,000 meals to Africa! We are thankful for this opportunity we had to serve so many – Shepherd’s Way Relief Center (www.ourshepherdsway.org)

 

Shepherd’s Way Relief Center

Shepherd’s Way Relief Center is a nonprofit community development center in downtown Richmond focused on providing assistance to the homeless and poor in our community. Shepherd’s Way serves 500 nutritious meals per week and provides guests a food pantry of take-away items.

New Hanover will assist in this endeavor “to love our neighbor as ourselves” by collecting a monthly item for meals and the food pantry. Each month will feature one of this vibrant ministry’s most needed items. Because many of the guests of Shepherd’s Way do not have means of cooking, pop-tops and single serving portions are preferred. A collection basket is located in the narthex and all items collected will be delivered at the end of each month.

Please contact Janice Reagan if you have any questions or would like to help in this ministry by transporting collected items or by serving a meal.