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1.19.21

Tues.

  • Board of Trustees
  • DDB Staff Meeting
  • Engaging Our Neighbors

1.24.21

Sun.

  • Adult Forum: Land of the Bible with Mike Rogoff
  • Educating God’s People

1.25.21

Mon.

  • Session

1.26.21

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  • DDB Staff Meeting

1.31.21

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  • Adult Forum: Land of the Bible with Mike Rogoff

May, June, 2020

Worship & COVID-19

Due to the coronavirus, our building is closed for worship services and all activities until governmental and health authorities permit large gatherings of people. This includes funerals and weddings. Please join us in the comfort of your home for pre-recorded worship on Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m.

July, 2020

Worship & COVID-19

Due to the coronavirus, our building is closed for worship services and all activities until governmental and health authorities permit large gatherings of people. This includes funerals and weddings. Please join us in the comfort of your home for pre-recorded worship on Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m.

Education

Our Adult Education Forums are an opportunity to learn about a variety of topics. Often, they are an opportunity to study scripture in a depth greater than what a sermon allows, but sometimes they are an opportunity to learn about a timely topic of interest to us all.

Unless otherwise noted, our Adult Education Forums are held Sunday mornings at 8:45 a.m.

January 3, 10, 17 – Medieval Europe in Motion: Pilgrimage and Crusade

In the Middle Ages, Europe was on the move: millions of people were involved in religious pilgrimages or the military equivalent – the Crusades. How, when, and where did this culture of journeying begin? How did pilgrimage affect every aspect of life in Europe, especially architecture, art, and our own religious practices? From the mysterious Egeria traveling in the Holy Land in the 4th century, through medieval pilgrims walking to Rome, Compostela, and Canterbury, to warrior monks carving out kingdoms in the East, there are many wonderful travel tales and a rich visual legacy. Dr. Susanna Bede Caroselli, retired professor of art from Messiah University, will be our guest teacher.

The invitation/link for this series of Sunday forums is below:

Zoom Online Forum

January 24, 31, and February 7 – Land of the Bible: Momentous Changes

Join Mike Rogoff, Israel’s premiere tour guide, as he explores live from Israel the city of Jerusalem and the Sea of Galilee. Several Pine Streeters have traveled to Israel and experience his outstanding teaching and tours. The three sessions are:

Mike Rogoff’s Bio

Land of the Bible Registration

We Believe

Psalm 119:10

Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.

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Founded in 1983, Downtown Daily Bread (DDB) is a ministry project of Pine Street Presbyterian Church. It is a one-stop soup kitchen, shelter, and services for every person in Harrisburg who struggles with hunger and homelessness.

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Volunteers are instrumental to our efforts at Downtown Daily Bread. During this time of social distancing, the best and safest way to volunteer is to collect and donate essential items needed by our clients.

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Let us help if you are struggling with hunger and/or homelessness.


At Downtown Daily Bread, you will find breakfast and lunch meals, bathrooms, showers, mail delivery, storage lockers, clothes and other essentials.


Conversations with staff will help identify your priority needs and next best step. Common topics are housing, health insurance, laundry, identification documents, and other assistance programs.


To start, please come to the shelter in person on weekdays, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The shelter is located at 234 South Street in Harrisburg across the street from the State Capitol Building on N. Third Street.

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