Tagged: “housing”

Pathways Needs Volunteers!

The Conference seeks volunteers to assist at Pathways Housing Services (1031 W Linden Street, Allentown) with distributing toiletries and bus passes, along with helping with job searches. If you are interested in donating your time, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Laura Rowe at 610-433-6421.

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Study: Allentown Has Highest Rent-to-Income Ratio in US

Pathways Housing Services advocates for people who are struggling to afford a place to live. The needs are great! Your monetary gifts that support our programs and your donations of toiletries that we distribute help them stretch their budgets when times are tough. Read more about what a recent study says about the state of […]

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Supplies Needed for Grace House Residents

Grace House in Allentown is a home for chronically homeless individuals operated in partnership with New Bethany Ministries and Grace Episcopal Church. Pathways Housing Services is working with two residents who have no income and many needs. In addition, donations of cleaning supplies would allow them and a third resident to assist in the upkeep […]

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New Shoes for Daybreak Members Thanks to FPCA

On Tuesday, November 29, members of Daybreak headed to Boscov’s to pick out shoes or sneakers compliments of First Presbyterian Church of Allentown congregants who filled the loose plate offering. The management at Boscov’s was most gracious, having extra staff on board to outfit our friends at Daybreak. What a blessing! Read on for more […]

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Support Daybreak at Spaghetti Dinner

Enjoy a delicious Italian dinner supporting the Daybreak drop-in center! Menu includes pasta, meat sauce, salad bar, garlic bread, and desserts. (Eggplant Parmesan is available as a vegetarian option.) Tickets: Adults, $12; Seniors, $10; Children 4 and up, $5; age 3 and under, free Print and mail in the form below with a check made […]

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LCC Statement on Winter Warming Station

The City of Allentown’s Fountain Park Warming Station, which is managed by the Lehigh Conference of Churches, operates overnight from 5:00 pm to 7:30 am. There are no resources for staffing or supplies related to daytime operations. St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church offers a drop-in center during the day, and area churches rotate in serving breakfast, […]

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Winter Warming Station 2015–2016

Winter Warming Station 2015–2016

Download a flyer: JPG or PDF A Warming Center is now open in Allentown to provide overnight emergency shelter to those without homes. The Lehigh Conference of Churches is managing operations at the City of Allentown’s Fountain Pool Building, located at the corner of S. 10th Street and Martin Luther King Boulevard. The Warming Center’s opening date, […]

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