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Clifton Sanctuary Ministries

Community Mission Opportunity Our newest community mission is supporting Clifton Sanctuary Ministries by preparing and serving meals for 30 guests (residents) on the fourth Sunday of each month. To sign-up to serve click here, or contact Mike Bearden 404-660-8234. Details are posted on the sign-up website.

Atlanta Community Food Bank:

September 30 is Presbytery Volunteer Day at the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Please plan to help sort, organize and pack recently donated food and personal care products for distribution to over 600 local partner agencies from 1 – 4 PM at the ACFB warehouse, 732 Joseph Lowery Blvd., N.W. Atlanta, GA 30318. Volunteers must be age 8 or older. Those under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult age 18 or older. One adult must accompany every 4 children age 8-12 and 1 adult must accompany every 8 youth. Parking is available and free! Bring a can of food or $1 to contribute (Each dollar is worth $9 at the ACFB!). Wear closed-toe shoes and anticipate moving to music as you serve others. Register now! http://vhub.at/path For additional information contact Carlos Moore, ellos@aol.com or Phil Brown, philbrown@slpres.org.

In Response to Hurricane Harvey:

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance For those who wish to support the PDA’s emergency response and recovery efforts, gifts can be designated to DR000169-Harvey.   If you prefer to mail a check, you may send it to:

Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) PO Box 643700Pittsburgh, PA, 15264-3700

You may also call Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (EST), at 1-800-872-3283 and donate by phone. For updates, please go to pda.pcusa.org.

Please join us in praying for courage for those who are suffering; wisdom and diligence among agencies and individuals assessing damage and directing relief efforts; and for generosity to flow as powerfully as rivers and streams, as we respond to the deep human needs left in the wake of the storm.