Our community of faith has a passion to continue Christ’s work with the poor, the disadvantaged, the sick, and the oppressed. We support around 30 different mission projects and give tens of thousands of dollars annually. In addition, many people in our congregation are active in Midnight Run (a project with the homeless of NYC), the local Food Pantry, our own food program, Loaves and Fishes and A-Home, a Westchester-based housing program for people with special needs.
We are especially excited that we send a group of youth and adult volunteers from our community to Appalachia each summer asAppalachia Service Project (ASP) volunteers! These volunteers do local community service and learn home repair skills in preparation for the mission trip to Appalachia, where they repair and rebuild homes for disadvantaged individuals and families. Pleasantville has been sending ASP volunteers to Appalachia every summer since 1999! If you are interested in participating in this mission please let us know.
- Loaves and Fishes – a food ministry of our church, right here in Pleasantville
- Christmas Appalachia Project – sending gifts to Appalachian families through Catholic Charities
- Interfaith Emergency Food Pantry – donating much needed food to help feed people right here in Pleasantville
- Thanksgiving Food Drive – to benefit the boys of Children’s Village and their families
- and much more through the time, talents and treasures of our members.