Calvary is committed to serving regional urban centers.
We have formed valuable partnerships with many different churches and organizations in the North Philadelphia area and are excited about the relationships we've built.
One of the exciting things about this priority is that it extends way beyond what we normally think of as “mission” work. Our goal for reaching the communities in North Philly is to build lasting relationships with the people in local churches, neighborhoods, and businesses. We don’t want to give the impression that we’re simply coming in to “fix” things and then leave. While that approach is not bad in and of itself, our desire is to see lasting relationships built.
Simple Cycle Bike Drive
Ended March 26, 2017
For more info, visit www.simplecycle.org
Backpack & School Supply Collection
Coming in August 2017
Christmas Toy Store
Coming in November 2017
Worthwhile Wear, a nonprofit working to end modern-day slavery, started with one person, Dan Emr, responding to a message he heard at Calvary Church. Initial work in 2012 focused on helping women and girls in India make a living wage to prevent exploitation. Worthwhile Wear now operates two upscale thrift stores in Pipersville and Fountainville that provide volunteer opportunities and income to fund the programs of The Well, a safe house and restorative services for women impacted by human trafficking. Inside the Pipersville Worthwhile Thrift store is the Freedom Boutique, where products made by survivors of human trafficking are available for purchase.
The Well is Worthwhile Wear's local initiative to provide safe housing, individual and group counseling, life skills, and vocational training for women recovered from sex trafficking. The Well receives referrals from areas near Bucks and Montgomery counties, as well as across the United States. Currently, the barn on the property is being renovated as an education and counseling center, freeing up rooms inside The Well to care for more women.
2017 WORTHWHILE WEAR
SHOOTing clays FUNDRAISER
May 19, 2017 - 8:30am
Lehigh Valley Sporting Clays
2750 Limestone Street - Coplay, PA 18037
Join others of all skill levels for a day of skeet shooting at Lehigh Valley's prime skeet club, just north of Allentown.
The day begins at 8:30am with registration, a hot breakfast, and special speaker
Matthew D. Weintraub, Bucks County District Attorney.
The District Attorney's Office oversees 32 attorneys, 16 county detectives, and 30 support personnel. The Office works closely with local, state and federal law enforcement, as well as organizations like Worthwhile Wear, in the fight against human trafficking. We are honored to have Mr. Weintraub as our guest speaker.
Fees include a 100 round, 16 station shooting experience, with ammo provided.
Guns and carts are not included but guns may be rented on site.
Lehigh Valley requires 12 or 20 gauge shotguns; rentals are $12 per gun; carts are $10 per person.
Closed toe shoes also recommended.
Light refreshments provided in addition to breakfast.
Spaces limited so register soon!
For more information and details or if interested in volunteering at this event, please email LuAnn.
Volunteer with Worthwhile Wear
Volunteers Needed for Sporting Clays Event
Friday, May 19!
Like to be part of the action but aren't necessarily looking to shoot clays? How about volunteering?
We need volunteers in the following areas:
- Registration Table
- Breakfast Wait Staff
- Food Station Aides
Find out more by emailing LuAnn.
Tuesday Work Nights: What's that up ahead? It's the finish line! We're working towards completing the Education and Counseling Center at The Well. Work nights start at 5:30pm every Tuesday night. Professional trades people or inexperienced-but-eager-to-help: all are appreciated!
Thrift Store Volunteers: Whether you like a regular schedule or being on call, consider helping out at the store with customers, restocking items, volunteering at special events, etc.
Our thrift stores help to provide sustainability for the programs offered by Worthwhile Wear. In addition, the Freedom Boutique which is located inside Pipersville Thrift offers products made by those impacted by human trafficking.
Work Teams: Got a group looking for a project? We can help! Let us know how many are in your group and when you'd like to volunteer. To find out more about volunteer opportunities, please email LuAnn.
For more information about any volunteer opportunities, please email LuAnn.