Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church

1865 Knoxlyn Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325

Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church

1865 Knoxlyn Road    *    Gettysburg, PA 17325    *    (717) 642-5332

Deacon's Page

   Casserole Ministry - Have you or someone in your family had surgery or been sick, and are you in need of a meal as a result?  OR could I add your name to the list for making casseroles? If either of these applies to you, please call Lori Jackson @ 642-4215.

   Food Pantry - The Fairfield food pantry has a continuing need for non-perishable items this winter, particularly canned meats, vegetables and peanut butter. Won't you please consider adding something to your next grocery list? Place your contributions in the box located in the Narthex for delivery to the pantry. Contact Lori Jackson @ 642-4215 for more information.

   Soup Kitchen -  Lower Marsh Creek serves meals at the Gettysburg Soup Kitchen at 11:30am on the first Friday of each month, (except July and August). Please contact Lori Jackson@ 642-4215 to volunteer. Thanks to all who have helped in the past.

  • Note: We need four casseroles and three servers the first Friday of each month. If unavailable on Friday, casseroles can be delivered the day before to the Prince of Peace Episcopal Church. Please sign up in the Narthex.

   Transportation Needs - If you ever have a need for transportation to an appointment or any other place you are unable to get to without help, the Deacons have a list of folks in our congregation who are willing and able to fill that need. Check you newsletter for a list of contacts who will help you.

   Care & Compassion - Shut-in Tapes, Bulletin Prayer List, Birth Remembrances, Get Well/Condolence Cards, Emergency Prayer Circle, Shut-In Remembrances, Bereaved Family Visitation, Shut-In Visitation

   Service - Worship Greeters, Communion Preparation & Cleanup, Worship Ushers, Food Pantry, Info-connnect Line, Receptions, Coffee Hours, Soup Kitchen

The Deacons appreciate all those who are currently serving and those who have helped in the past.

  Thanks for caring and giving. 

"...Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me." Matthew 24:40