We Care (Food Pantry)
622 W. Jackson St.
Morton, IL 61550
Community service company offering transportation to seniors and person with disabilities as well as the general public. We Care has a food pantry for persons in need, and Meals-on-Wheels delivered to the home.
Community Harvest Food Pantry
1901 S. Fourth Ave.
Community Harvest is a provisional food pantry that has been in operation out of Trinity Church in Morton since March 2008.
Peoria Friendship House of Christian Service
800 NE Madison
Peoria, IL 61603
Peoria Friendship House’s mission is to do the work of Jesus Christ, providing relief, respect, and renewal to Peoria's most vulnerable individuals and families. Through the simple gesture of a free meal, a clean shirt, or a sage place to learn, Friendship House offers the hope of a new start to the least, the last, and the lost.
941 N. 2500 East Rd.
Assumption, Illinois 62510
The mission of Kemmerer Village is to help the Presbyterian Church fulfill its responsibility to minister to childresn and families who face stress and turmoil in their lives. Kemmerer Village carries out this mission through its direct services to individual families; and by assisting individuals to advocate for the needs and rights of children and families in their community. At Kemmerer Village, we are dedicated to serve the very special children entrusted to our care.
Presbyterian Church (USA) Theological Education Fund
One of the continuing strengths of the Presbyterian Church is a competent ministry, well-educated in the Reformed Tradition. Your seminaries provide pastors, educators, missionaries and chaplains for the work of Christ's church. They also offer continuing education programs for those seeking on-going renewal of spirit and competence for ministry. By sharing together in financial support of our theological schools, we affirm our church's historic roots and assure leadership for our church in the years to come.
One Great Hour of Sharing
Since 1949, Presbyterians have joined with millions of other Christians through One Great Hour of Sharing to share God’s love with people experiencing need. Our gifts support ministries of disaster response, refugee assistance and resettlement, and community development that help people find safe refuge, start new lives and work together to strengthen their families and communities.
Recognizing that the hope we have in Christ is lived out in our hope for one another, we respond with gifts that help our sisters and brothers around the world find the hope for a brighter future.
Christmas Joy Offering
A Presbyterian tradition for almost 70 years, the Christmas Joy Offering is one of the four special offerings designated by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to provide congregations direct ways of supporting specific causes that help those in need.
Fifty percent of the receipts to the Christmas Joy Offering are distributed to the Board of Pensions for assistance programs that provide support to retired and active church workers and their spouses and families. The other fifty percent supports Presbyteiran-related racial ethnic education through the General Assembly Council.