Family Friendly Worship 9:30 AM Every Sunday • Sunday School Following Worship • Nursery Care Available

Volunteer & Giving Opportunities

Helping Hands Ministry

Members of Souderton Mennonite Church serve in the community by helping those with identified physical or economic needs make necessary minor or upgrades to their houses.  Home owners help with the work or cost to the best of their ability.  Volunteers and financial support is needed for this program.  To volunteer contact Keith Reid 215.272.9335.  To offer financial support, submit a check made out to Souderton Mennonite Church with “Helping Hands” designated on the memo line or envelope.      

The Worm Project 

The Worm Project is a global initiative that strives to relieve the suffering of millions of children by distributing pills around the world, which purge worms from the intestinal tract. Each pill costs a few cents and is good for six months!  Their goal is to give attention to the most humble — the sick and worm-infested children who seem to have few opportunities to rank on anyone’s priority list.  To donate go to   Or mail a check made out to The Worm Project and send to Franconia Conference Center, 1000 Forty Foot Road, Lansdale, PA 19446

Mennonite Central Committee 

MCC Hygiene Kits   Contents (NEW items only)  

  • 1 packing bag (at SMC under the Mission Wall in the mailbox hallway off the lobby) 
  • 1 adult-size toothbrush (in manufacturer’s packaging) 
  • 1 large bar bath soap (leave in wrapper) 
  • 1 nail clipper (good quality) 
  • 1 hand towel (medium weight, dark or bright colors; approx. 16 in x 26 in) 
  • 1 wide-toothed comb (6–8 in) 

    MCC Infant Kits    Contents (NEW items only, sizes 3-12 months) 

    • 3 gowns/sleepers (flannel or similar warm, soft material) 
    • 3 undershirts/onesies (short or long sleeves) 
    • 1 receiving blanket (lightweight fleece or flannel, minimum 30 in x 30 in, larger sizes preferred) 
    • 4 large, heavy-duty safety pins  
    • 1 large bar mild soap (leave in wrapper) 
    • 1 pair of socks 
    • 1 cap 

      To pack Infant Kits, remove packaging material (except from soap) and fold them into the receiving blanket. Fasten together with the safety pins.  

      All Kits can be dropped off at SMC under the Mission Wall in the mailbox hallway off the lobby.  Thank you for limiting your generosity to the items listed.  

      Keystone Opportunity Center 

      Housing Clients Need: 

      • Silverware/Flatware 
      • Pots/Pans 
      • Vacuums (bagless only) 
      • Brooms, Dust pans 
      • Buckets, plungers, cleaning supplies 
      • Sheets/Blankets/Pillows (new/in original packaging only) 
      • Personal Care Items (shampoo, razors, toothpaste, body wash, deodorant, feminine hygiene products) 

      Food Pantry Clients Need: 

      • Fresh Produce: apples, oranges, bananas, carrots, potatoes, onions, celery, bags of lettuce 
      • Cereal & Oatmeal 
      • Pancake Mix (complete) Pancake Syrup 
      • Meals in a Can: SpaghettiOs w/meatballs, ravioli, beefaroni 
      • Canned meats: tuna, chicken, ham, salmon 
      • Spaghetti Sauce 
      • Canned Fruit in juice 
      • Condiments: ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, and oil 
      • Laundry Soap 
      • Paper Towels 
      • Toilet Paper 
      • Gluten Free, Sugar Free and Low/No Sodium Products (for families with special dietary needs) 

      $25 Wal Mart Gift Cards allow families the dignity to buy their own holiday gifts for their families. 

      Drop Off: 
      Keystone Opportunity Center – Main entrance
      104 North Main Street, Souderton
      Mondays in November – 10 AM to 1 PM 


      Emmanuel Lutheran E-meals 

      Assemble meal bags, organize the ware house, “hand-up” meals to our neighbors in need, and bring the love of Jesus to our community. 

      Two shifts each day, Monday – Saturday!  

      9:30 AM – 11:00 AM – Set Up and Packaging 

      10:30 AM – 1: 15 PM – Distribution and Break–Down 

      To join SMC volunteers or for more information, please contact Linda Curtis – 


      The Bean Bag Food Program (friends of Zion Mennonite Church)

      Children participating in the Bean Bag Food Program receive much needed breakfasts, lunches and the weekend “Bean Bag” backpacks containing breakfast, lunch and snack items.  There are children in the program  who would have nothing to eat all weekend if it weren’t for the Bean Bags.  The Bean Bag Food Program has partnered with Penn Valley Church, Telford and Indian Valley Faith Fellowship, Harleysville to provide free bags of groceries not only to our Bean Bag families but to ALL families in the community needing food.

      You can help fill this expanded gap of hunger by:

      • Visit Landis Supermarket in Vernfield & Telford to purchase and drop off food donations.  (the Bean Bag Food Program FaceBook page has an updated shopping list.)
      • Make a monetary donation.  This is the safest and easiest way to help, it limits exposure and allows us to purchase food in bulk.  100% of donations go toward the purchase of food.
        • Donate Online:  – click on the blue “g”
        • Mail a Check:  payable to Zion Mennonite Church/memo:  BBFP (149 Cherry Lane, Souderton Pa 18964)

      Support Emmanuel Lutheran Church’s Bagged Meal Distribution 

      Emmanuel Lutheran is serving free bagged meals everyday of the pandemic.
      They can always use donations of the following food items.

      • Fresh fruit (bananas, oranges, apples)                   

      •  100% fruit juice boxes.                 

      • Tuna Packs

      • Single Serve heat and heat meals                           

      • Cans of Soup.

      • Small boxes of raisins.                                         

      • Uncrustables – PB+J

      Food Donations can be dropped off at the church (69 W Broad St Souderton):
      Monday-Thursday 9am-2pm and Sunday 9am to noon