Ahh, it’s finally summer! After a pandemic, shutdowns, and restrictions, life is loosening up and becoming somewhat normal. Late June/early July is a time to relax, refresh and renew both personally and spiritually.
Faith formation does not always have to take place within the parish. While you’re at a picnic with friends, a day at the beach, riding bikes in the park, or waiting for an appointment, the myParish app gives you quick access to many aspects of Catholic life every day.
You are able to sign-up for myParish app as follows:
Text App to 88202 to download our Parish App.
1. Download myParish app
2. Select Prince of Peace Parish
Mary’s Helpers was established in 2008 under the supervision of Sister Sue Ann Steves. Over the years the Food Pantry has established relationships with PA State Medical Center, and other charitable organizations.
The Food Pantry, Mary’s Helpers, purchases their food supplies from the Central PA Food Bank and receives donations from Prince of Peace Parishioners, Matthew-25 Grants via the Diocese of Harrisburg and the United Way. PA State Medical Center and the Central PA Food Bank hold classes to assist the needy in the area with dietary needs, blood pressure screenings and “Flu” shots. We rely on our dedicated volunteers to give assistance to the Food Pantry and to our Chairpersons. Our volunteers are dedicated to the Food Pantry which Sr. Sue Ann Steves established and will continue to be of service to our local community.
Mary’s Helpers Food Pantry and Clothing Store
will be open on the following dates in
Tuesday, August 10 from 10 am to 12 Noon
Tuesday, August 24 from 10 am to 12 Noon
Tuesday, August 31 from 5 pm to 7 pm
You may call the Parish Office of Prince of Peace Parish at 717-985-1330 with any questions.