Daybreak Church was able to shine the light of Jesus by serving a few hungry men and women in our community. We partnered with Ministries on Main Street again by helping serve an evening meal to some homeless in Pottstown for 5 nights in February. There were about 25 different people from Daybreak that prepared and served these meals. This experience was once again not only a blessing to those at the shelter but more so to those who helped serve. There was a rich time of sharing and reflection the following Sunday during the worship service at Daybreak. We post this here not to brag or boast about our care for the needy. Jesus was clear, that should never be one’s motive (Matthew 6:1-4). But part of Daybreak’s mission is to serve others and shine out Jesus’s light – so this is an opportunity to say, we are on mission! Thanks again to all who helped serve!
This Christmas season, we partnered with Perkiomen Valley School District to help support families in need this holiday season through the fourth annual PV Cares Holiday Drive. We collected items to support the Daily Bread Food Pantry and the PV Power Packs program, both of which are serving PV families during the holiday season.
Thanks to everyone who brought in gifts, cards, and cash to help bless kids in the PV School District through the Power Pack program. Way to shine out Jesus’ light at Christmas!
On July 27, 2019, Daybreak-ers participated with a group of 200 volunteers at the Berean Bible Church in Pottstown for two hours to pack meals for children in need. The event is one of many such meal-packing events held across the country. The sponsoring organization is "Feed My Starving Children", fmsc.org
On July 28, 2018, Daybreak-ers joined dozens of volunteers at the Berean Bible Church in Pottstown for two hours to pack meals for children in need. The event is one of many such meal-packing events held across the country. The sponsoring organization is "Feed My Starving Children", fmsc.org