On Sunday, January 31 (after coffee hour) we will be heading to Main Street in Hyannis to hang handmade scarves for homeless. This year, in addition to the scarves, we will also be placing “care bags” around town that will be filled with items such as tooth paste, socks, etc.
Please join us for this heart-warming outreach endeavor!
Thank you to everyone who selflessly baked cookies and generously gave money to make our Christmas meal donation breathtakingly successful!
We donated SIXTY-FIVE hams, SIXTY-FIVE $25 grocery store gift cards, and 104 tins of homemade cookies! Thank you for spreading the hope, the love, the peace, and the joy of Christmas to so many Cape families in need.
This year, we will be donating 65 Christmas meals to needy families at Faith Family Kitchen. The meal will consist of a ham, a grocery store gift card, and a tin of homemade cookies. Delivery of the meals will be on the morning of Monday, December 21. If you love to bake, have always wanted to bake, or are just willing to share some of your time to make a struggling family’s Christmas a little brighter, please, please, please:
Email Kh. Alyssa (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let her know how many filled cookie tins you will be donating. We need 65!!!
Buy (or reuse) some cookie tins. (Please contact Kh. Alyssa if you are willing to bake but getting tins will be an issue for you.)
Bake! Bake! Bake! (Most of the cookies should be homemade, but you can certainly include some candy or store-bought cookies in each tin.)
Bring your filled cookie tins to the church by Sunday, December 20. (Please contact Kh. Alyssa if you are willing to bake but are unable to get your filled tins to the church.)
We have cookie recipes that need to be tested. If you’re interested in trying something new, please let Soraya know.
THANK YOU! May you and your family be blessed by the time you spend sharing the love of Christ with others!
On Thursday 11/19, we delivered 15 Thanksgiving meals (complete with a turkey, pie, fresh produce, and all the traditional fixings) to Faith Family Kitchen in Hyannis to be distributed to food insecure families. While we were making the delivery, it came to our attention that there were additional families that would be blessed by receiving a meal. Five more meals and five $25 gift cards were purchased and delivered that evening to Faith Faith Family Kitchen for distribution. Thank you to all who donated time and resources to feed these hungry families!
Once again, we have the opportunity to provide Thanksgiving meals to struggling families who are served by Faith Family Kitchen in Hyannis. Kh. Alyssa will be collecting money to purchase the meals, and we will be delivering the meals to Faith on the evening of Thursday 11/19. Thank you, in advance, for your generosity! Thanksgiving meal checks should be made out to St. Michael with “Thanksgiving Meals” in the memo. Please mail checks to: Kh. Alyssa Kjendal PO Box 46 Sagamore, MA 02561
This month we will be directing our outreach efforts to collect food for the local food pantry. Families are struggling, and we can help ease their burden by donating additional non-perishable food items. If you would prefer to contribute monetarily, please send a check (made out to St. Michael with October Food Drive in the menu) to Kh. Alyssa:
PO Box 46 Sagamore, MA 02561
Thank you for being a light of Christ to our neighbors in need!
During the month of September, we will be collecting items to donate to A Baby Center in Hyannis. The mission of A Baby Center is “To serve without judgement the youngest in our community. A Baby Center supplements critical basic needs that ensure the good health and safety of babies in need who live on Cape Cod and the Islands. These services are provided at no cost to clients and without regard for religious preference or lack thereof.”
Clothing donations must be freshly washed and not have stains. Clothing donations must also be marked Winter or Summer and sorted by age. NO STUFFED ANIMALS! Thank you for supporting some of our most vulnerable neighbors!
Thank you to everyone who donated school supplies and money to purchase school supplies for the children at the Village at Cataumet transitional housing shelter! Your generosity enabled us to deliver twenty-two backpacks, bursting at the seams with pencils, pens, erasers, highlighters, crayons, markers, scissors, glue, rulers, binders, folders, notebooks, tissues, hand sanitizer…and sets of masks!!! Additionally, boxes and boxes of breakfast and snack foods were delivered to help keep those children fueled for learning. Thank you for giving these kids the tools they need to succeed in this coming school year!
Thank you for your continued and selfless support of the struggling families at the Village at Cataumet! Because of your generosity, we have been been able to donate over $2,000 worth of food to the shelter over the past four months! Our support is a tremendous blessings to these needy families and is sincerely appreciated. Thank you!
We are shifting our focus from food to school supplies. While the details of “back-to-school” are still uncertain, the kids at the Village at Cataumet are still going to be in need of some basic school supplies. Throughout the month of August, we will be collecting the following items:
All items should be NEW and be brought to the church by Sunday, August 30.
If you prefer to make a monetary contribution, please make your check out to “St. Michael the Archangel” with “Backpack Blessings” in the memo and mail it to Kh. Alyssa by Sunday, August 23 at: P.O. Box 46 Sagamore, MA 02561
Thank you for the love you show to our neighbors in need!!!
Thanks to our outreach angels, St Michael was able to donate 90 reusable face masks to the staff and residents of Cataumet Village homeless shelter for families. We were able to turn out these masks in a record 10 days from call to action, to donation of supplies, to actual production.
God bless our Angels and thanks to all who made this such a successful project. The staff and residents of Cataumet are beyond grateful for all your hard work and dedication. Below are pictures of the staff from Cataumet with the food donation that Kh. Alyssa has been having delivered and with our masks for all residents and staff.