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      This year the Deacons will be providing food baskets for 15 needy families in the Brookside community for Easter.  We are in need of ham and/or turkey donations for the baskets.  If you would like to donate a ham/turkey or money to purchase one please see any Deacon.  We are also in need of many items in the food closet that must be replenished before Palm Sunday so that we may make the baskets. The first Sunday of the month is “food collection Sunday” but since we are so low on so many items, the Deacons will be leaving the wicker food collection basket in the church entry every week.  We rely on donations from you, our church family, and you always provide. Thank you.

      Our needs:

      • Potatoes (boxed or canned) • Peanut butter/ jelly

      • Desserts (cake mixes, etc.) • Cereal

      • Gravy • Mac and cheese

      • Stuffing • Soup

      • Canned vegetables and fruit • Pasta

      • Applesauce • Pasta sauce

      Please remember that we cannot give away outdated food in our food baskets.

      Thank you again for your support.

      The Deacons 


      Proverbs 28:27

      He who gives to the poor will lack nothing, but he who closes his eyes to them receives many curses.

      Posted on Mar 4, 2015

      PW Women's Day


      March 21, 2015 10 AM - 2 PM

      Women of the Reformation Presentation

      Bring your friends and join us for Food, Fun and Fellowship

      St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church

      200 Marrows Road Newark, DE  19713 


      Posted on Mar 4, 2015

      Code Purple Needs Volunteers

      Code Purple Decoded

      Think of "cold people" when you read or hear the term "code purple". The Code Purple ministry offers cold people, the homeless in our area, supper and an overnight, 6 pm- 6 am, in a safe, warm sanctuary when local weather forecasts predict 20° F or colder overnight. Eight Newark churches participate in Code Purple. As soon as NEC declares a "Code Purple" night, the host churches activates its volunteer staff. At First Presbyterian, volunteer teams serve for an average of 3 hours during "Code Purple" nights.

      The Volunteer Teams:

      • Prepare supper and ready the dining area
      • Set up the sleeping area for the overnight guests
      • Greet guests and explain the rules; monitor behaviours
      • admit late arrivals until 9 pm, when doors are locked
      • stay from midnight to 6 am, in case a guest needs help; this team also prepares breakfast and sees guests out
      • clean up

      Contact Pam Crowe, 738-4794, for more information, or visit

      Posted on Jan 31, 2014

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