Hebron Church to hold Women's Day of service
Hebron United Presbyterian Church will host “A Women's Beyond Day... Gathering, Giving and Serving” on May 11, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the fellowship hall at the church, located at 10460 Frankstown Road.
The group will be collecting supplies including underwear and feminine sanitary pads to send for distribution to women in Haiti. Items will be collected at the entrance of both church buildings through May 12.
The “serving” portion of the day will consist of preparing cookie trays for first responders in Penn Hills. Participants are asked to bring their favorite cookie dough or ingredients for a favorite cookie recipe. Trays will be delivered to local fire companies, the police station and EMS. Other activities will include:
• Making pillowcasess for distribution at a local women's shelter.
• Making blankets for distribution to the homeless.
• Soliciting donations for the Presbyterian Women's Synod 2013 Mission Project, which will be used by Haiti Health Ministries to help rebuild a medical clinic, pharmacy and health education center in Gressier Queste, Haiti, which was destroyed in the 2010 earthquake.
For more information, call 412-371-2307 or visit Hebrononline.org.
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