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Services at 8:00 and 10:00am Sundays. Please join us.
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Services at 8am and 10am
Bakers, Chefs and Servers Needed
All Saints will support The River Center in conducting their Spelling Bee,fundraiser. We are looking for volunteers to help bake and create hors d'oeuvres for this fundraising event. It is taking place on Sunday May 7th at the Peterborough Players, from 2-4pm. All food can be dropped off Sunday morning at Reynolds Hall or at the Players after 10:00am on the 7th. More information to follow!
Peterborough Food Pantry
Current Needs: tuna fish, canned fruit, coffee and basic toiletries.
In our continued mission to support the Peterborough Food Pantry the current needs are for Healthy Food Items that are low sugar, low sodium, gluten-free, and organic to help address the special dietary needs of many of the constituents who have chronic illnesses and dietary restrictions. Fresh fruits/vegetables are needed. Please drop off fresh items between 9am-12noon Monday-Saturday at the Pantry (25 Elm St.) As always all your donations are appreciated. For any additional questions regarding the Food Pantry please contact Madelyn Morris, our liaison.
You can help fund our Peterborough Food Pantry through the Amazon Smile Program. The Pantry is registered as a non-profit and Amazon will donate 0.5% of all purchases to us. It's easy to do; just go to the following link (https://smile.amazon.com/ch/02-0492281 ) and choose Peterborough Human Services Fund. You don't have to fill out any forms or give confidential information. Spread the word to your friends and family; every little bit helps us keep the shelves full for our hungry families.
Take a Walk ~ Saturday May 6th
To benefit the Peterborough Food Pantry and hosted by Greenfield Covenant Church and in cooperation with various local churches and civic groups, the Monadnock Hunger Walk will usher in Spring and raise awareness for hunger relief in the Monadnock Region.