Outreach Ministries

Diaper Drive!

Once again St. Anne’s is asking for your generous help for a much-needed cause.  A diaper drive has been set for Sunday, May 13th from 9am – 6pm at the Wescosville Recreation Center.  Donations will be collected as part of a new Lehigh Valley Diaper Bank and will be distributed monthly to local homeless shelters including The Greater Philadelphia Diaper Bank, New Bethany Ministries, and the 6th Street Shelter.

St. Anne’s will collect your donations in the parish hall up until the collection date and then take all donations to the recreation center on Sunday the 13th.   Diapers of all sizes and wipes are needed.  We thank you for your generous and loving support!



Daybreak is a Lehigh County Conference of Churches program that reaches out to individuals who are active in or have  successfully completed treatment for mental health, HIV/AIDS, and/or drug/alcohol abuse. The program provides life skills training, talk time, membership, and 3 meals daily.

___For more information:  Lehigh County Conference of Churches Daybreak Program



Miller Keystone washere at the church to take blood this past Saturday.  Once again, you responded to the serious need for blood this time of year.  Thanks to all who participated!  Keep an eye out for our next drive and may God bless us all.



– Please do not drop off any more bottle caps at this time.  We will let you know when collection begins again.   







Sole Hope…shoes for children
Offering hope, healthier lives, and freedom from foot-related diseases through education, jobs, and medical relief.
Collected jeans are used to make shoes for the children of Uganda.  They have a tremendous problem with “jiggers” getting in their feet since they don’t have shoes.  We take the used jeans and, using a template we cut patterns for the shoes.  Once we have enough jeans to get started with, we will hold a “shoe cutting” party.  Using a template, we cut the small shoe patterns from the jeans…that’s it!  the shoe patterns are sent to Uganda where they are stitched into shoes for the children. An easy way to recycle jeans and help the children of Uganda to be jigger free.

This is an ongoing project for the Outreach Team.  Whenever we have some jeans to cut they will be made into shoe patterns and sent to the Sole Hope Organization.

You can check out their website at www.solehope.org.  Here you can find out information on jiggers and how the foundation helps.  Or contact Sandy Barette (by contacting parish office).  Sandy works with the organization that sponsors this foundation.

  An Outreach Prayer

 Ongoing Outreach Opportunities

St. Anne’s Outreach Mission & Vision Statements