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 from April 11-14. 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

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Feed My Starving Children Meal Packing – Teen Friendly
Thursday, April 11

Hand-pack meals for food partners around the world. Founded in 1987, FMSC is a Christian non-profit that provides nutritionally complete meals specifically formulated for malnourished children. Meals are donated to a network of missions and humanitarian organizations that work hard to get life-saving nutrition into the hands and tummies of those who need it most.

To Learn More about FMSC and see a Volunteer FAQ, visit:

  • 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm – 1.5 hours
  • 1680 N. Glenville Dr, Richardson, TX 75081
  • Up to 20 volunteers
  • Minimum age: teens with an adult present  

CitySquare Food Pantry Deep Clean – Family Friendly
Saturday, April 13

CitySquare Food Pantry sees 300 neighbors a day. With so much foot traffic, we need to give the food pantry a deep clean every so often. Help us clean our refrigerators, freezers, shelves, shopping carts, large bins, floors, and intake lobby. Other projects include cardboard breakdown, restocking, or re-bagging of bulk items.

To learn more about CitySquare, visit:

  • 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. – 2 hours
  • 1610 S Malcolm X Blvd, Dallas, TX 75226
  • Up to 10 volunteers
  • Minimum age: none, but there must be one adult for five children

Literacy Achieves East Dallas Campus Projects – Family Friendly
Sunday, April 14

As Literacy Achieves works on repairs to its Vickery Meadow campus, we will organize books and make a crosswalk stop sign for the East Dallas LA campus. Literacy Achieves equips non-English-speaking adults and their young children with English literacy and life skills to promote self-sufficiency and overall well-being. All classes are volunteer-taught, and they are offered morning, afternoon, and evenings in the fall, spring, and/or summer sessions.

To learn more about Literacy Achieves, visit:

  • 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. – 2 hours
  • 629 N Peak St, Dallas, TX 75246
  • Up to 5 volunteers
  • Minimum age: none  

At Home Projects

These projects are great for one person or a family because they can be completed on your own time. After you sign up, you will receive an email with full instructions on April 10.

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 homes to share with homeless neighbors and then drop them off in the atrium. List of suggested items will be provided.

Hope-in-a-Box for Hope Supply Co

The Hope-in-a-Box Project offers volunteers the chance to make a difference in the lives of kids in need through two meaningful projects. You can opt to create baby bath kits, ensuring babies stay clean and healthy, or you can choose to assemble birthday boxes filled with fun surprises, because every child deserves to feel special on their birthday. Whichever project you choose, you'll impact the lives of homeless and at-risk children, providing them with essentials and brightening their special days.

Electronic Recycling Event Promoter

PHPC is collaborating with the Preston Hollow Rotary Club to host an e-waste (electronic waste) collection event on Sunday, April 14. As an e-waste advocate, you can participate in two ways first by gathering your own outdated electronics for drop-off at the drive-through event and second by spreading the word to friends, family, and neighbors in the community and encouraging them to participate too. Items such as old computers, cell phones, printers, and televisions are just a few examples of e-waste we aim to recycle during this joint effort.