Community supporting Community.

 

Donations for Food Pantry

Pasadena Community Church is answering the call of those in need of food by opening s the Food Pantry every Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. 

Every Tuesday, we collect donations of non-perishable canned food items from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in LEC Portico. Drive-thru and place your items in the marked bins.

  • To Volunteer for either day email Anita Marshall email

Resurrection House

Helps families that have become homeless. They supply them shelter while helping be able to live independently again. Families in the program are placed in a small, fully furnished apartment. When the families have graduated from the program, they get to take the furnishing with them to their new home. Resurrection house has new families coming into the program and is looking for the following donations:

  • Crib sheets
  • Toddler sheets
  • Twin sheets
  • Kid-friendly twin bed sets including comforter/quilt
  • Baby blankets
  • Waterproof crib mattress protectors
  • Twin mattress protectors
  • Breathable mesh crib bumpers
  • Kid-friendly wall art
  • Kid-friendly decor items

Caring Calls

Barbara Posey is making Caring Calls to check on the congregations. If you have not received a call or would like to volunteer to make phone calls, please let Barbara Posey know by phone at 727.381.2499, ext. 214 or email.

Donations for Preschool & CPG (opening for Essential Families)

Pasadena Community Church is reopening the Preschool for 34 children who are part of families considered Essential Workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. To help keep children healthy and safe, the below items are need to protect against germs:

  • Hand sanitizer
  • Disposable masks
  • Disinfectant wipes
  • Antibacterial spray (Lysol)
  • Rubbing Alcohol 
  • Adult and Child size face masks (each child needs five face masks)

Donations can be dropped off on Tuesdays in LEC Portico between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

DIY Home Mask

We know that supplies to purchase are in high demand, so if you are handy with a sewing machine, here are two links on how to make a face mask.

Face Mask for Adult
https://time.com/58169…/how-to-make-a-face-mask-coronavirus/
Face Mask for Child:
http://kidgiddy.blogspot.com/2020/03/face-mask-tutorial.html