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Village VBS 2018 - Shipwrecked - Rescued By Jesus
June 4, 2018 — June 8, 2018
08:30 am — 12:00 pm (EDT)
Welcome to VPC's VBS - Shipwrecked - Rescued by Jesus 2018 - where you'll venture onto an uncharted island where kids survive and thrive. Our team will anchor kids in the truth that Jesus carries them through life’s storms. Come join us for bible stories, games, snacks, crafts and music the week of June 4th from 8:45 to noon each day. The cost is $25 per child; $60/per family of three or more; Ages 3 (potty-trained) through 7th grade. The free Friday night pasta dinner and festivities will begin at 6:30 on the 8th. We are offering t-shirts for $12 each for anyone who would like additional ones for family members, friends, etc. Thank you for sharing your child(ren) with us for a fun and exciting week of learning about Jesus!!
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“Ask and you shall receive, seek and you will find, knock and the door will be opened.” These words of Jesus are our encouragement to lift our concerns and worries before the Lord, in the sure knowledge that he hears and will answer in his way and time.
Continuing Christ's work in the world
The Community Food Pantry strives to end the physical and emotional hunger of families in a dignified manner. Our comprehensive approach to serving our clients that not only alleviates hunger with nutritional foods but also provides support services such as health screenings, and nutritional education for the whole person and homeless outreach.
The Community Food Pantry helped feed nearly 38,000 of your friends and neighbors in 2017. Each year parents who have trouble making ends meet, seniors on fixed incomes deciding between medicine and groceries, individuals who have lost a job or are underemployed. Over 9,900 local families visited our pantry to receive groceries, a gracious welcome and emotional support as well as blood pressure screenings and information on social services. We anticipate providing groceries to 40,000 people in 2018, more than a third of whom are children.
Who Can Receive Food: Those seeking food assistance within our community are welcome to come during operating hours. Our community is bounded by County Line Rd to the north, Waters Ave to the south, Racetrack Rd to the west and Florida Ave to the east. This includes parts of the following neighborhoods that fall within those boundaries: Greater Carrollwood, Northdale, Citrus Park, Keystone, Cheval, Lake Magdalene, Westchase, Egypt Lake, Forest Hills, and Town‘N’Country. Those living in Lutz and Odessa (either in Hillsborough or Pasco counties) are included in our service area.
Live Outside Our Service Area? If you live outside our service area, please visit Feeding Tampa Bay to find a food pantry near you.
What to Bring: A driver's license or a photo ID and a water/utility bill or property tax statement to confirm residence. A driver's license or photo ID for each adult family member and/or child over 18. A birth certificate and/or report card for each school-age child under the age of 18.
When to Come:
Sundays: 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Wednesdays: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Please do not arrive for services of the pantry more than 30 minutes prior to opening.
For More information, please visit www.thecommunityfoodpantry.com.
Village Presbyterian partners with local missions and charities, providing volunteers, “In kind” donations and monetary gifts. Our partner missions are:
The Community Food Pantry
Church Women United
Downtown Clothes Closet
Santas for Seniors
Meals on Wheels
In addition, our women provide hand-made quilts to veterans at the VA hospital, and children at Shriners’ Children’s Hospital, Tampa.
VPC supports the mission work of the Tampa Bay Presbytery, especially Beth-el Farmworkers Mission, Wimauma, and Cedarkirk Camp and Conference ministry.