Deacon's Ministry

Faith Presbyterian Church, through the Board of Deacons provides a Food Shelf for those in the community who are having problems meeting their day-to-day nutrition needs.  Please contact any Deacon or call the church office for more information.

Join Us to Serve Breakfast at Seeds of Hope in Camden

We had so much fun serving breakfast at Seeds of Hope in Camden that we asked to go back! Saturday, August 5th is our next volunteer date. We've committed to bringing 10 volunteers and only have 6 so far. Contact Bonnie to add your name to the list.

Think Ahead to Prevent the Flu!

Faith Church will host an immunization clinic after worship on October 8. For most insurances, there is no charge! A Rite Aid pharmacist will be giving several different shots. Watch the bulletin in September for details or talk to Bob Casey. Plan to be there and be proactive about your health!

Need Help or Know Someone Who Does?

St Vincent DePaul Society: St. Mary of the Lakes has a St. Vincent DePaul Society which serves those in need. Part of the Vincentian rule is "to seek out and find those in need and the forgotten, the victims of exclusion or adversity." 

They provide services to people of all faiths in Medford, Medford Lakes, Moorestown, Browns Mills and Pemberton communities. They assist those at risk for homelessness with vital services such as food, water, electricity or gas. They also have clothing on hand.

Contact Info:

Jim Dwyer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Society is located at 1 Jones Rd, Medford and can be reached at 609-953-0021.

Website is here.

Deacons Helping Hands Ministry

Need a little help with something around the house or a ride to a doctor's appointment? The deacons maintain a list of people willing to help with simple one-time tasks like this. This ministry is called Helping Hands. We can facilitate help for simple handy man tasks, an occasional ride somewhere, outdoor work, assistance with home electronics or paperwork/filing. If you, or someone you know, is in need of this service contact Pat Cohill, Dave Wood or any deacon and we'll get the ball rolling.

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