Members are: Ron Woods, senior warden; Rob Staszewski, junior warden; Sharon Wolfgang, clerk; Theresa Chattin, Craig Burgess, Ralph Slim, Bob Wolfgang, Sue Verzella, Steve Kreal, Ron Woods Jr., Karen Sobota, and Joe Sirak.
For many years, IHOC has striven to change the lives of the homeless and get them off the streets permanently, even though the pandemic has made those efforts difficult to accomplish.
Churches from the South Jersey area offer financial support, provide shelter to the men on a rotating basis, and serve them meals.
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The event starts at 11 a.m. in the Great Hall, and will feature a display of mangers as well as a "Christmas Mart," with handmade knitted items and treasures at bargain prices
Then, at 7 p.m., we move to the Plaza for the tree-lighting, carol singing and hot chocolate.
The Arcadians, a band from Philadelphia, perfomed at Holy Trinity during Collingswood Porchfest festivities on Sept. 30.
Crowds gathered outside the fence on Fern Avenue to listen to the band, one of dozens performing around the borough.
Inviting you to all fund-raising events at Holy Trinity is our mascot, who has presided at a variety of events over the last two years.
Carol Staszewski and her volunteers have raised thousands of dollars through yard sales, used-book sales, and auctions to help the church and its work in the community.
Urban Promise continues to equip Camden's children and young adults with the skills necessary for academic achievement, life management, spiritual growth, and Christian leadership.
Please continue to support its work.
Ibn addition, Holy Trinity will be collecting food for the Oaklyn Food Pantry, located at the Oaklyn Baptist Church on East Bettlewood Avenue.
Check the Oaklyn website for information. More information soon for the First United Methodist site.
Paul and Sharon Wolfgang deliver our donations to the food pantry for Holy Trinity.
The parish continues to deliver lunch, typically once a month, to the Collingswood Fire and Police Departments, a ministry begun during the pandemic.
The Rotary Club has been participating in this effort with us.
Volunteers help deliver the meals.
We welcome contributions to offset the cost.
Please send donations marked “Feeding First Responders.”