TPC’s Pantry Takeover Day was an awesome success. Fifteen volunteers from TPC participated in the inaugural event on Feb. 29 and we served over 30 Seminole families. Thanks to everyone who participated and keep watch for another takeover day later in the year.
Watch as TPC members share how we serve:
Our mission team went to North Carolina to help with hurricane recovery. Members of the team: Bob Gray, John Spencer, Karyl Melick, Nathan Rudgers, Ann Pasley, Randy Pasley, David Snyder, Lara Snyder, Emily Snyder, Sundi Bales, Gail Davis, Steve Vanderwolf, Rockne Keyek, Harrison Hullinger, Ryan Hill, Tammy Hill, Susan Baccus, Terri Whitehead, and Colby Brockman. […]
By Steve Vanderwolf So where do all those canned goods, jars of peanut butter, and boxes of pasta that you so generously donate end up? To satisfy our inquiring minds, we visited the HOPE Helps facilities in Oviedo on June 1, 2019. HOPE was founded in 2006. The agency’s mission is “to prevent and reduce […]
TPC’s youth group gathered for a lock-in focused on service and mission on Friday, March 16. Early in January, the youth group began talking about the lock-in and ways we could give back to our community. We decided to do something in our community that involved hunger and chose World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine program. […]