FAITH FORMATION: SERVICE
People who have made a commitment to our faith tradition have made a covenant to "serve all people according to the example of Jesus Christ" and "strive for peace and justice in all the world." This is our response to the free gift of grace that we have received from God.
Doing service and striving for peace and justice in the world is an important part of how our faith and lives are formed. This looks different in the lives of each member, but here are a few organizations and partners with whom we are collectively involved or associated.
For more information about how to join us in our response to grace and mercy, please see our calendar of events or contact us.
Weekly Interfaith Pantries
All Are Welcome! Free bags of groceries are provided to low-income families and individuals in Petaluma, through Petaluma Interfaith Pantries, which operate every Tuesday and Thursday evenings . No paperwork needed. We serve all in need.
• Tuesday Evening Interfaith Pantry: opens at 5:30pm at the North parking lot of the Petaluma Community Center located at 320 N. McDowell Blvd.
• Thursday Evening Interfaith Pantry: opens at 5:30pm at the Elim Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall at 504 Baker Street. For more information, please call 762-4081.
If you are hungry or need extra food for your family, here are some important local resources for you at Petaluma Bounty's website.
You can download the flyer to share with others. It is updated annually.