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Outreach  (May 2022)
 

As part of our "Giving Hands", we support agencies within our community. Our neighboring elementary school, the local food banks, as well as participating in the Crop Walk every October and visiting and supporting the inmates with the Prison Ministry. 

February Food Outreach Needs

Please, no expired food. Leave donations in the appropriate bin under the narthex counter.

 

  • Clemmons Food Pantry

Clemmons Food Pantry has put out a call for breakfast foods….

Cereal, oatmeal, pancake mix & syrup, grits, etc.

See graphic on the right.

  • Storehouse for Jesus

Is in desperate need of diapers

NOTE:  Storehouse is in desperate need of VOLUNTEERS! Also, children's clothing,

coats (children and adults), blankets, and plus sized clothing for men and women. 

  • Snacks for Morgan 

Individually wrapped, healthy snacks (Due to allergies, nothing containing peanuts, please.)

  • Crisis Control

Spare change in our collection jug.

CROP Walk

Annual fundraiser held in October. 

Forsyth Jail & Prison Ministry

Serving both the Forsyth County Detention Center (downtown jail), as well as the Forsyth Correctional Center (a minimum security state facility known as ‘the Cherry Street prison’).

St. Clement’s provides an afternoon worship service at different times throughout the year at the Forsyth County Jail.  A brief afternoon training session is required to participate in this ministry.  Any questions regarding the training session or inquiries regarding the need for training renewals can be directed to Deacon Mark Davidson mashmajo@msn.com or (336) 671-9223.  All are welcomed and encouraged to participate.

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St. Clement's Episcopal Church

Clemmons, NC

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