Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church makes donation to Tri-Community Food Bank

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  Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church in Catalina has had a long, happy time of supporting the Tri-Community Food Bank in Mammoth.  And now that many restrictions have been removed from our participation in that support, the church recently had a food drive that included some fresh foods (potatoes, carrots, onions among them) along with many canned and packaged items, all delivered directly to TCFB.

  “We are now able to worship in our church, sing in the choir, enjoy fellowship with residents, and offer continued support to our neighbors,” said spokesperson Nan Nasser.  “Everyone is welcome to join us; services are 10 a.m. Sundays and our location is 3201 E Mountainaire Dr, Tucson, 85739.”

  MSPC is a Christ-centered fellowship, called to live as disciples of Jesus Christ as they care for our community and our world.  Want more information? Call 520-825-7858

Photo attached:  Connie & Beverly, from Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church, joyfully worked on the recent donation of foods for the Tri Community Food Bank

 

 

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