SERVE OUR SCHOOLS
The second annual “Serve Our Schools” event is set for Saturday, August 3, 2019. Last year, more than 140 volunteers from seven churches, including Pathway, converged to bless three local schools with cleanup, painting and other tasks. To learn more, email Cory St. Esprit, Pathway’s Outreach Coordinator..
As a church we’re always thinking about the Pathway to Life: Initiating with neighbors, Investing in relationship, Inviting people to church or even to trust Christ, and re-Investing in relationships because we’re talking about people, not projects. We are excited to offer you a new tool to help build into relationships with neighbors — the Pathway Neighborhood Party Kit.
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The Outreach Bag program is a great opportunity for our church to come together and show God's love in a practical way by providing food, toiletries, and other items for those in need. In the church lobby at the Outreach Bag display each month, you can pick up a bag and a list of items to purchase. The filled bags can then be dropped off on Sunday mornings or during the week in the church's main entrance vestibule. At the end of each month, we deliver bags to ministries who care for those in need throughout our community.
One outreach of Pathway is geared toward those who are incarcerated. We currently have a group that ministers to the females at the Beaver County Jail using a faith-based recovery program. In order to gain entry, there is a mandatory annual volunteer training class that's needed to maintain active volunteer status. If you would like more information about this ministry or about training, please contact Sally Maybray (724-622-9406) Sally062002@yahoo.com.
Each year, Pathway joins with other local churches to provide a warm Thanksgiving dinner for those in need within our community. The dinner is held on Thanksgiving Day and volunteers are always needed to assist. Whether it's making pies or serving food, our dedicated volunteers are vital in making it such a success!
Operation Christmas Child (a ministry of Samaritan's Purse), uses gift-filled shoeboxes to share God's love in a tangible way with needy children around the world. These small shoeboxes can teach a child about the love of God, lead him or her to faith in Christ, inspire pastors, and plant new churches. What goes into the box is fun, but what comes out is eternal!
Angel Tree, a program of Prison Fellowship, reaches out to the children of inmates and their families with the love of Christ. This unique program gives Pathway an opportunity to share Christ's love by helping to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the families of prisoners during the Christmas season.