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Our Newest Mission Event:

 

 

 

Bethany Ev. Lutheran Church (Dormont) held its 33rd annual FREE Thanksgiving Dinner for the community on Thanksgiving Day 2015.

 

For over the past quarter century, the congregation of Bethany, along with support from other local churches, has been blessed to be able to provide a FREE Thanksgiving Dinner as a community service on Thanksgiving Day.  Dinners were served from 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.

 

This year, we served 880 meals! (489 meals were eat-in; 391 were delivered)

 

Some who attend are homeless, some are struggling financially and some have no close family with whom to spend the holiday.  For folks who were shut-in or otherwise homebound, delivery service was provided, free of charge.   Everyone is welcomed and each person is treated to good fellowship and a traditional Thanksgiving dinner with turkey, stuffing, mashed and sweet potatoes, vegetable, rolls, pumpkin and fruit pies, coffee and tea.

 

Bethany accepts donations of cooked turkeys and turkey breasts (in their juices), stuffed or unstuffed, stuffing mix, mashed potatoes, candied yams/sweet potatoes and pies.  A small army of volunteers help to set-up, cook, serve and deliver meals...and of course, clean-up.

 

◄◄◄ See of our 2015 Thanksgiving Dinner ►►►

 

 

 

Friday, March 21 (and March 28 & April 4), 2014

21st Annual FREE Fish Fry Dinner

 

Bethany Evangelical Lutheran Church (3104 W. Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh 15216, Dormont) again served its annual Fish Fry Dinners during Lent. The dinners were held on March 21, March 28 and April 4 in the church social hall. 

 

There was no charge for these dinners, but donations were accepted.  All proceeds were given to people or organizations in the community who were in need or who assist the needy.

Although these Fish Fry dinners originated as a fund-raising event, the purpose is no longer to raise money for the church.  Instead, any profits from the dinners are donated back to the local community (sometimes to families in need, sometimes to food banks, etc.).

◄◄◄ See of our 2014 Fish Fry ►►►

 

The Kane Group

 

The Kane Group has been recognized by Allegheny County as the only organization that provides gifts and comfort items to the patients of Kane Regional Hospital.  The Kane Group shares Christís love through creative work, yummy desserts and warm conversation! 

 

 

         

 
   
 

Pittsburgh Lutheran United Ministries (PLUM), 405 Kennedy Avenue, Duquesne, PA 15110        412-466-7773