Serving God by Serving Others
The Cape Cod Council of Churches relies on the support of its staff, contributors, and volunteers. Find out here how you can help!
Pastoral Care Volunteers Needed at Cape Cod Hospital
Do you know of anyone who is interested in becoming a Pastoral Care Volunteer? As a trained Pastoral Care Volunteer you will visit first day patients of all faiths; provide a "listening presence" and respect patient confidentiality. So many people are grateful to have someone stop in and talk with them! Jesus asks us to “visit the sick”.
Please contact Rev. Mary Hansen-Joyce at Cape Cod Hospital for more information. Catholic volunteers may contact Greta Lynt at the Hospital: 508-862-5286.
For More Information: Deborah Darling - Manager of volunteer services 508-862-5292
Hands of Hope Thrift Shop/FoodPantry
Our Thrift Shop is looking for any donations of dishes, glassware, jewelry, linens, and bric-a-brac would be greatly appreciated. Anyone wishing to volunteer to help in the food pantry, thrift shop, answering the phone, or sorting through donations please call Monday through Friday 10-4, 508-432-1312. We would be happy to have you join our group of 70 volunteers. If you are interested in donating food for the pantry we are currently in need of: hot cereal, juice, baked beans, canned fruit, stew, condiments, and baking items such as brownies etc.
Street Outreach Project Donation Wish List
Please help keep chronically homeless men and women on Cape Cod warm this winter. Tom will give your donated items directly to the homeless individuals where he finds them. Tom will gratefully accept new and/or gently used clean items sizes: L, XL, & XXL for men; and M, L, & XL for women.Warm winter gloves, winter hats, scarves, winter jackets, heavy sweaters, warm socks, sweatshirts, & sweatpants are all needed; thank you!
Cape Cod Council of Churches, 320 Main St., Hyannis, MA 02601
Phone: 508-775-5073 email@example.com
The Cape Cod Council of Churches, founded in 1959, is a consortium of Protestant, Roman Catholic and other faith communities on
Cape Cod and the Islands.