PHPC Serves Week

We are
Called to Serve

PHPC Serves

It is time again for us to be the church in the world by serving alongside our Mission Partners the week of Oct. 15-22. Service projects are a great way to get to know new church members, share the mission of PHPC with a friend, or spend a morning as a family.

Community Projects

Sign Up to Volunteer

We Over Me Farm at Paul Quinn College – Young Child and Family Friendly
Saturday, October 21

Spending the morning volunteering at the farm built on a football field at Paul Quinn College and stay for family fun at their Fall Festival and Farmers Market. Volunteers will be collecting leaves for compost, clearing beds, and cleaning the greenhouse. (Fall Festival is from 9 am – 1 pm)

  • 10:30 am – 12:00 pm – 1.5 hours
  • 3837 Simpson Stuart Road Dallas, TX 75241
  • Up to 20 volunteers
  • Minimum age: none with adult present  

North Dallas Shared Ministries (NDSM) - Family Friendly
Tuesday, October 24

Volunteer with NDSM a cooperative effort of 52 congregations whose combined resources helps individuals and families. And did you know PHPC is one of the founding congregations of NDSM?! Volunteers will either assist with filling in the office or sort clothes in the clothing closet.

  • 11:00 am – 12:30 pm – 1.5 hours
  • 2875 Merrell Rd Dallas TX 75229
  • Up to 5 volunteers
  • Minimum age: 10 years; 10 - 15 must be accompanied by an adult

Viola’s House Diaper Distribution at Spruce High School 
Wednesday, October 25

Viola’s House is an organization that provides maternity housing and support services to mothers who are faced with an unplanned pregnancy. This project will support their Community Diaper distribution event at Spruce High School. Volunteers will staff tables where they will give away different baby items.

  • 10:30 am – 2:00 pm – 3.5 hours
  • South Dallas
  • 9733 Old Seagoville Rd, Dallas, TX 75217
  • Up to 5 volunteers
  • Minimum age: 18 years old

Epiphany and PHPC Kids Trunk or Treat Trunk/Game Host – Family Friendly
Friday, October 27

Would like to decorate your car and pass out candy, we need you! Or volunteer to host a trunk with a friend! We need at least 20 trunks to help make some lasting memories for PHPC Kids and their families. Not the creative type? You can be a parking lot host to welcome all our friends and visitors, let us know! Have kids they are more than welcome to volunteer or they can trick or treat while you are there.  

  • 5:30 – 7:30 pm – 2 hours
  • PHPC Campus
  • PHPC Parking Lot  
  • Up to 5 Volunteers for parking lot  
  • Minimum age: none with adult present  

McShan Family Saturday School
Saturday, October 28

Help a newcomer McShan student practice their English.  Supervise snack and playground breaks. Volunteers will work in pairs, and all materials will be provided. No experience necessary just an open heart.  

  • 8:00 am – 12:00 pm – 4 hours
  • Vickery Meadow
  • 8307 Meadow Rd, Dallas, TX 75231
  • 15 volunteers
  • Minimum age: 4th grade with adult present  

At Home Projects

These projects are great for one person or a family because they can be completed on your own time. Once you signup, an email with full instructions will be sent to you. 

Sign Up for At Home Project

Manna Bags for the Stewpot

Manna – in the Bible, the food miraculously provided for the Israelites in the wilderness during their flight from Egypt – “good things which have been provided as sustenance”. You are invited to meet the need of the hungry by providing a bag of food sustenance to our homeless friends on the street. Volunteers assemble Manna Bags in their own home full of daily sustenance to share with homeless neighbors then drop them off in the Atrium. List of suggested items will be provide

Birthday Party Project Favor Bags

What birthday celebration is complete without a favor bag? The Birthday Party Project is a Dallas-based organization who works to bring joy through the magic of a birthday party to children experiencing homelessness. Volunteers will assemble birthday favor bags for children 1 – 18. List of suggested items will be provided.

Meal Kits for PHPC Food Closet

Each month people visit our PHPC campus seeking assistance. For many it is help with rent or a utility bill or even a bus pass. For those whose living conditions allow for a homemade meal we would like to send them with everything to make dinner. Volunteers will shop and put together a nonperishable food in a bag that can be easily given to those who visit PHPC. Meal kit examples will be provided.