At Plymouth Covenant Church, we want to impact our community by partnering with local organizations to do more and bigger things together than either organization could accomplish alone. Through these partners, we live out our faith by serving others.
LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR - PASTOR SLEEP OUT
Where will Pastor Dan and "friends" be on Feb. 16?
Pastor Dan has agreed to sleep out to bring awareness of homelessness on February 16th. He does not want to sleep outside or be alone. How can you support Dan and his friends to raise awareness of homelessness in our community as well as raise funds to prevent homelessness?
It is up to you to provide Dan comfort and friends through your generous donations (see below or at the display in the foyer). As we raise more money, we not only provide “comfort” to Dan and his friends, we provide for our neighbors in need.
As seen on the barometer above, $500 will provide Dan a pillow. As the barometer increases with donations, he will gain a sleeping bag, food, box, tent, a warm car, and if we reach our goal of $10,000, he will have the warmth of a mobile shelter.
That is not all. Pastor Dan does not want to do this alone. We also have the opportunity to buy “friends” for Pastor Dan. Yes, Pastors Bob, Randy, Aaron, Pav, Sanjeev, Joe and Jacob can all accompany Dan on February 16th. Each willing “friend” will need to raise $250 to join Dan on February 16th. Where Dan and his friends sleep is up to you!!
Cash and check donations can be made directly at the display near the main entrance. Credit card donations can be made on-line at [Kira – can you please put in the giving page button here?], at the display or at the Interfaith Outreach information booth.
Continue to check back to keep updated on Dan’s journey!
100% of your donations will be given to our local mission partner Interfaith Outreach to prevent homelessness.
We open up our church four times per year to house, feed, and care for families enrolled in the Families Moving Forward program—an interfaith social service organization that provides emergency shelter to homeless families. As a host church, Plymouth Covenant Church provides overnight shelter in our building and volunteers from our congregation create private sleeping rooms for each family, serve meals, and share fellowship with four families. Our next hosting week is October 14-21, 2018.
Who Can Serve?
Children, teens, adults, families, and small groups are all welcome to serve. Sign up for any of our hosting weeks and make an impact on these precious families moving forward.
Cyndy Jahnke at email@example.com
Together for Good is a network of volunteers and professional staff who come alongside parents who have nowhere to turn when facing crisis or life stressors. Host families welcome children into their homes temporarily, allowing parents time and space to heal, regroup and regain stability for their family. PCC has 10 host families currently serving. Other ways of serving are respite care for the host family, relational ministry by connecting with the moms, and practical support such as meals, clothing, transportation. This ministry replaces "Safe Families", which PCC partnered with until recently.
If you have an interest in this ministry contact Keith and Kathy Ernst at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our next informational meeting takes place on October 28th at 5:00 p.m. in the Cafe.
To register for the meeting, please go to the Together For Good website: www.tfgood.org/events
Keith and Kathy Ernst at email@example.com
Robbinsdale Women’s Center is a non-profit organization that helps women throughout the Twin Cities by offering free clinical services, referrals, material aid, counseling, and mentoring programs.
Jane Engstrom at firstname.lastname@example.org
TreeHouse is a ministry that reaches at-risk teens in the Twin Cities and helps them with issues like self-esteem, bullying, substance abuse, depression, and more.
Pam Swan at email@example.com
Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge offers short- and long-term programs that assist teens and adults who want to free themselves from chemical addictions and other life-controlling problems.
Henry Van Dellen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interfaith Outreach is a local organization that responds to the needs of people in our community and helps come alongside families by providing meals, school supplies, and other support.
Tom and Nadeen Jacobson at email@example.com
Our next Serve Day is Sunday, June 2, 2019. We'll take the church outside our walls and into our community to make an impact through service. Our goal is to mobilize 800-1,000 Plymouth Covenant Church volunteers to serve in and around our community—packing meals, planting trees, cleaning our ministry partners' facilities, and more. Join us!
To support any of our local missions partners, take a look at serving opportunities and sign up today!
Simply fill out the form below for more information about our local missions partners and opportunities to serve. Pastor Randy will be happy to connect with you.