Building Renovation Continues

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Regional Food Pantry

Only one in Fulton Count,  text Text Text here about the Food Pantry and maybe the Food Pharmacy

NOAH was started at St. John’s Episcopal Church as a free community meal on Thanksgiving and Christmas. NOAH was derived from those who benefited from the program: “Needy Or Alone & Hungry”.  The meals were prepared by volunteers and served to anyone needing companionship and a hot holiday meal.  In 1992, volunteers took the initiative to expand the program into a weekly event, serving meals every Sunday of the year. The program still shuns any guidelines for participation – there are no questions asked.  Everyone that comes to our table is entitled to a meal.


Updates on One Church Street Progess

Find out the latest accomplishments and plans with these short videos. We'll be posting more videos as things develop.

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Much Has Been Done

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We Have Big Plans

NOAH FREE COMMUNITY MEAL

The NOAH Community Meal Program is a volunteer organization that serves free meals to the public every Sunday. Regional Food Bank, St. Jn’s Episcopal Church, the United Way, the Council of Churches, the Johnstown Junior and Senior class, and the Kenesseth Israel Synagogue support the program.

This year will be difficult for our neighbors

We are greatly concerned about the continued fluctuation in the local economy.  The months ahead promise to be especially difficult.  The cost of gasoline and heating caused   a dramatic jump in prices of all necessities and we are very concerned about those that need assistance. People may be choosing to buy gas for their cars and are going without food for their families.                  
                                                                                   

 

NOAH DINING ROOM ARCHITECT'S RENDERING

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