CCYA Homeless Outreach
CCYA Immaculate Heart House, 242 Fitzwater Street, Philadelphia, PA
Start Date and Time:
Saturday February 2nd 2PM
End Date and Time
Saturday February 2nd 5PM
Join the CCYA Community for an afternoon of Homeless Outreach, featuring Praise & Worship and Service.
Starting at 2pm we will gather to make sandwiches at Immaculate Heart House.
At 3 pm, we will begin Praise & Worship in the CCYA Holy Hearts Chapel on the 2nd Floor of Sacred Heart House.
And then 4 we will go out into the city to hand out sandwiches and other items.
We will begin collecting small material donations like socks or deodorant as the date approaches.
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