COVID-19 Community Care

Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves. Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. Share with the Lord’s people who are in need. Practice hospitality. – Romans 12:10-13

Partnering with our medical community

Supporting the needs of like-minded organizations in our area

Caring for the people of Pathway

Step into one of the following

opportunities:

Write Notes of Encouragement

Send a note of encouragement or appreciation to clinical and non-clinical staff of Dupont and Lutheran hospitals. Write a note, type an email, have your child draw a picture (and snap a photo on your phone), then send it to jovermann@lhn.net.

Pray for Those Serving in Health Care

Parkview Hospital will be asking its staff to submit prayer requests, and Parkview has invited Pathway to be one of the partner churches in praying for them. Additionally, we are asking anyone at Pathway who serves in health care anywhere to let us know how we can pray for you. Text MEDICAL to 1.833.568.5410. If you would like to receive these requests and pray for these individuals, email care@pccfw.org.

Sew Masks for Parkview

Parkview is partnering with Hospital Laundry Service (HLS) and a pre-selected group of volunteers to sew clinical masks from a specific type of medical-grade material. These masks would be used as a back-up options should Parkview Health exhaust its supply of preferred PPE (personal protective equipment).

To ensure safety and quality, Parkview has assembled mask-making kits, which include fabric, instructions, and materials to create 100 masks. Please note the mask-making kits require volunteers to have basic sewing skills, your own sewing machine and thread. Volunteers are encouraged to use the kits provided by Parkview to ensure safety and uniformity.

Additionally, community volunteers are invited to sew sheet masks, which could be used by patients, visitors or non-clinical co-workers.

Starting Wednesday, March 25, mask-making kits can be picked up from 9am – 6pm Monday through Friday at 3718 New Vision Drive. Email Make-A-Mask@parkview.com with questions.

Donate to the PCC Food Pantry

Donate items to Pathway’s food pantry to help those who’ve been impacted by COVID-19. Food is considered an “essential supply”, and dropping off donations is permissible under the current shelter-in-place regulations. If you’d like to donate, here’s how:
  1. Check out the list of current most-needed items (below)
  2. Drop off items off at the church, 1010 Carroll Road, outside the north entrance (under the overhang) from 10am – 3pm daily. You’ll see an “Abundance Food Drop Off” sign. Simply leave items outside by this sign.
  3. Our team will take it from there! (If you’d like to get involved as a volunteer, email our Care Team at care@pccfw.org.)

MOST-NEEDED ITEMS

  • Boxed Crackers
  • Juice
  • Coffee
  • Applesauce
  • Canned Carrots and Mixed Vegetables
  • Salad Dressing
  • Mayo*
  • Body Wash*
  • Laundry Soap*
  • Trash Bags*

Find out more about Care Ministries and how we can support you here.