Many thanks to those who donated items at St John’s Church of Ireland Harvest Festival Service for use by Whitehead Storehouse. Your gifts are gratefully received. It appears that the coming winter is going to be difficult for many people and your donations mean that Whitehead Storehouse will be able to provide emergency food help to those in need.
Harvest Thanksgiving Services are a means of showing gratitude for everything you have and for supporting others who, through no fault of their own, are in need of help. This coming winter will be difficult for everyone, with cost of living and fuel price increases meaning that some will have to choose between heating and eating. Donated gifts at services are often given to those in need. Donations given to Whitehead Storehouse should, where possible, be non-perishable items with a long shelf life. These will be used to provide emergency food help to local people in Whitehead, Islandmagee and Ballycarry in need.
Local Harvest Thanksgiving Services
Whitehead Methodist Church
The Harvest Thanksgiving Service for Whitehead Methodist Church will be held on Sunday 25th September 2022 at 10.30am. The service will be collecting items for Whitehead Storehouse
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St Patrick’s and St John’s Church of Ireland Whitehead
St Patricks and St Johns
Harvest Festival Services 2 and 16 October 2022 at St Patrick’s and St John’s CoI will support Whitehead Storehouse.
Top 10 items
- small tins of food for single individual
- Tinned tuna and meats
- Packet pasta and Rice
- Canned fruit, custard, rice pudding
- Cereals, porridge
- Sugar, tea, coffee, biscuits,
- Tinned veg / baked beans
- Pasta sauce, curry sauce in jars
- Shampoo, toothpaste, shower gel
- Toilet Rolls, washing powder
Whitehead Storehouse is most grateful for donations that we can use to help people in economic deprivation.
We are happy to add any further Harvest Festival details to this post.