EPISCOPAL CHURCH
ST. CLEMENT'S
BERKELEY, CA

Rise Against Hunger Food Packaging Event

 Nearly 60 members and friends of the St. Clement’s community joined together in April to package 10,000 meals for Rise Against Hunger, our fourth annual food packaging event.

 What made the event particularly special were the many young faces and new faces in the crowd.  As usual, we were able to talk and get to know each other better – and do a great deal of good doing so.

 The meals we packaged were sent to Cambodia in a container containing 285,120 meals.  Salesian Missions, a partner of Rise Against Hunger, distributed the meals in Cambodia.

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Goode Ritson Grant Program

The mission of St. Clement's Outreach Committee is to encourage and enable ministry to those in need. One resource used by the Committee is the Goode Ritson Endowment Fund. The Goode Ritson Grant Program provides grants of up to $2,000 to non-profit organizations and/or in support of special outreach projects at St. Clement's.






Outreach Fair

​After the 10:00 service on November 13 the Committee is holding its annual Outreach Fair.

​Organizations historically sponsored by St. Clement's will be exhibiting this year.  We hope the fair provides parishioners and visitors with an opportunity to learn about these worthy organizations and how they can become more involved.

Please join us for a fun time.

Aid to Syrian Refugees

Two notable faith-based organizations are actively involved in providing help to Syrian refugees and their families. Both charities make the world a better place for vulnerable families. We are proud to support their efforts.

Episcopal Relief and Development

World Vision

Join the Outreach Committee.  

Feel free to contact Don Miller (donmill@comcast.net) for more information.

Breakfast Drive

 Our Fourth Annual Breakfast drive began in February and concluded in April.  Members of our EYC (Episcopal Youth Club) and Sunday School groups built a great “Wall of Jericho” out of boxes of Instant Oatmeal and other cereal.  The Wall was so well engineered this year that it took many attempts to knock it down using bean bags.

 The equivalent of over 2,750 meals were collected this year, with proceeds going to the Alameda County Community Food Bank.

 



​The mission of St. Clement's Outreach Committee is to encourage and enable ministry to those in need of assistance by collaborating with agencies providing services or through grants to non-profit organizations. The Outreach Committee sponsors numerous activities during the year and provides grants from the Goode Ritson Endowment Fund. Here is a summary of events held during the past church year:


 

​Here is a summary of events held during the past church year: