Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church
Thursday, May 19, 2022
find peace

Peace Cafe + Local Outreach

The ministries of Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church are primarily coordinated by the church's deacons, and are a visible expression of God's love , and an extension of God's love into the world. 

Peace Cafe 

We serve a warm meal to our hungry neighbors on Thursdays at 5:30 pm.  Many outside groups come to volunteer but hosts from our congregation are still needed. The first and second Thursdays are when we really need help. Contact Dan Johnson about adding your name to the list of servants.  
SUNDAYS AT 4:00 PM - St. Paul's United Methodist Homeless Ministries at Peace Cafe
MONDAYS AT 5:30 PM - Thorn Ministries at Peace Cafe

Cold Night Shelter

Peace Memorial opens the Cold Night Shelter between November 15 and March 15 when the temperature drops below 40 degrees. The decision to open is made by Pinellas County. 

The Clothing Room 

We have a small supply of clothing to donate to our friends in need.  Consider making a donation! 
THINGS WE NEED: Jeans and Pants (especially small waist sizes), Sweat Shirts & Hoodies, Casual Coats and Jackets, T-shirts, Socks and NEW Underwear, Leggings and Long Underwear, Tennis Shoes and boots, Heavy Duty Hangers (no wire coat hangers), Used Clothing Racks

THINGS WE DON'T NEED: Children’s Clothing, Dressy Clothes, Business Clothes, Summer Clothes



Please help feed hungry children! Did you know that 24% of the children in Pinellas County are “food insecure”? Did you know that 91.7% of the students at Belleair Elementary are on free reduced lunch? It costs approximately $4 per sack to feed a child each weekend or $128 for one school year. Based on the number of sacks last year (3,785 sacks), the projected cost to feed the same number of children during the 2014-2015 school year will be $9,120.  If we have sufficient funding we hope to serve even more children.  Please make a donation to Pack-A-Sack.  Any amount will be greatly appreciated. 



FOOD BANK: Partnership to keep food on the shelves of our local food bank.  Many drop-off locations for food located through the church.
SHELTER: You can provide help and hope by donating everyday items such as shampoo, laundry detergent, gently used sheets and towels, plates, deodorant, diapers, portable cribs and so much more.