ALPHA Study Begins June 12

Join us for a 10-week faith study called ALPHA, beginning Wednesday, June 12, at Beverly Hills Peace Community Church, 500 Midvale Road, Upper Darby, or via Zoom.

ALPHA study begins June 12

Alpha is a series to talk about life, faith, and God, even if you don’t attend church regularly. Every gathering has three parts: time to share a meal; a short video presentation on an aspect of the Christian faith; an opportunity to share impressions and ask questions.

We’ll begin on Wednesday, June 12, at 6 p.m. with pizza. Video will begin at 6:45 p.m. in person or on Zoom. Alpha runs for about 10 weeks – but you’re welcome to come and go as you please.

For more infirmation, email Art Tung.

Food Assistance

William Penn School District Residents

If you need help with food during these difficult times, families in the William Penn School District can call the Interfaith Food Cupboard. Call 610-622-0800, extension 4 for hours and other information. Residency in Aldan, Colwyn, Darby, East Lansdowne, Landowne and Yeadon is the only criteria. Cupboard is located at the First Presbyterian Church of Lansdowne (140 North Lansdowne Avenue).

Upper Darby Residents

Upper Darby Emergency Food Cupboard, 7766 Wayne Ave.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10-Noon
Call 610.853.2481 for more information.

Upper Darby Township's Share Food Program offers free boxes of food at the Municipal Parking Lot, 100 Garrett Rd. Complete information is available on the web or by calling 610.734.7625.

All Residents

Philabundance distributes food at several Delaware County locations. See the Philabundance website for locations. Type in your ZIP code for a list of locations near you offering food help.

Upper Darby Community Outreach Corporation and Christ Lutheran Community Church offer free hot meals every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the church at 7240 Walnut Street in Upper Darby. Delivery is also an option. Complete details. Complete details and contact info on their Facebook page.