What began as a Middletown community art show in October has now taken on a life of its own and is heading to it third showing in Hartford. Abby Carter’s Crossing the Street: Portraits of People in the Community expressive pencil portraits and her larger oil interpretations of St. Vincent de Paul Middletown’s Soup Kitchen…
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Our freezer at Amazing Grace recently went on the fritz. Lo, and behold, the folks at St. Mary of Czestochowa just happened to have one they wanted to donate! God is good and so are the congregants at St. Mary’s for such a timely gift! https://stmarymiddletown.com/
Big Thanks to Woodard and Curran, Inc. of 213 Court St., Middletown, who volunteered to paint the exterior of a Amazing Grace Food Pantry! What a great job!
Thank you, St. Pius X Church for your recent donation of herbs to the soup kitchen! Their parishioners have a community garden and faithfully donate the fresh produce to St. Vincent’s every year. If you or your group would like to donate fresh produce, please bring it by the Soup Kitchen, 617 Main St., or…
https://issuu.com/fourcountycathol…/docs/cdtab120170413t23/7 Thank you, Sue Whitmore, one of our dedicated volunteers at Amazing Grace Food Pantry. She was recently highlighted in this article in Four County Catholic. See page 7.