Food Cupboard and Deacon Collection News for February 2020

By February 5, 2020 Intersections

Food Cupboard News for February 2020

We hear every day about the homeless among us. The food banks are begging for supplies to fill their shelves. We have been blessed here at Cold Spring Presbyterian Church with many generous people who donate to our weekly food drive. Last month we collected over 200 for our two food banks (St. Barnabas and the Church of the Nazarene). I pray that we will continue to donate and increase our sharing each month. The list below is a guideline of the items the food banks need the most. In addition, almost any non-perishable food and personal items are accepted. Please check expiration dates.

“For the Lord loves a person who gives cheerfully” (2 Corinthians 9:7 NLT).

“Remember the Words of Jesus “It is more blessed to give than to receive” (Acts 20:35).

Deacon Collection for February

  • February 2 Instant rice, canned soups, Ramen Noodles, crackers
  • February 9 Toothpaste & brushes, soap (bars), toilet paper, pasta and sauce
  • February 16 Peanut butter and grape jelly, fruit cups, canned vegetables
  • February 23 Hot and cold tea, hot & cold cereals, powdered milk, canned meat

Your donations may be dropped off at Price Hall, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sunday in the sanctuary narthex. ~ Neil Oberlin, Coordinator

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