Calvary, a church without walls, is coming to the Valley to provide opportunities for people to live Gospel-centered lives by connecting to Christ, Community and their Calling.
At Calvary Penns Valley, we love living in a farming community and desire to create a Sunday gathering atmosphere that is comfortable and informal. We want you to come as you are! We have a lot of love to give the community including: a great Sunday worship service with children’s ministry, opportunities to connect with others in the community,and providing a strong support system for individuals and families in our community. You can get connected to a life group today! Contact pastor Vince at [email protected] or 814-238-0822 ext. 12.
Join us on Sunday, May 3 at 4:00 PM at the Bremen Town Ballroom in Millheim for our first information session with ICE CREAM and fun. Come as you are!
We will hold our first worship gathering on Sunday, September 13, 2015 and are looking for people to join the launch team! If anyone is interested in serving or being connected, they should contact pastor Vince at [email protected] or 814-238-0822 ext. 12. To learn more information about Calvary, they can visit the website http://www.calvarysc.org.
We are a completely volunteer-based rescue based out of Howard, PA, but we have foster families all over central Pennsylvania.
We have an animal sanctuary that is run by our founder, but otherwise, we have no physical building in which we house animals. They are all housed with foster volunteers.
Along with fostering and adopting, we also focus on spay/neutering of feral cats to decrease stray populations. We rely on donations and often take in special needs animals
We are honest & hard working. We use surrender forms, applications, vet references, home checks & provide support/advice to adopters.
Foster volunteers are always needed. The more people willing to foster, the more animals we can save.
The YMCA of Centre County opened its newest facility in the Penns Valley community of Spring Mills in January of 2016. The 13,400 square foot facility features fitness and multi-purpose rooms, offering a variety of fitness classes, spinning, after school program, summer day camp, senior programs, and more.
The Y welcomes all to become members and provides Open Doors financial assistance for those with a demonstrated financial need. Much more than a gym, the Y will focus on opportunities to nurture the potential of children, improve the community’s health and well-being, and give back and provide support to your neighbors.
In addition to opportunities for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility, the YMCA revitalized a previously vacant building, and brought new jobs and economic development to the community.
Website: http://www.ymcaocc.org; Twitter: @YMCAOCC; Facebook: YMCAOCC
In existence since 1992, the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) is a diverse network of growers, businesses and consumers that facilitate and enable viable farming systems for providing healthy food as locally as possible through innovative programs of education, marketing and advocacy in service to its members and the general public.
As the largest statewide, member-based sustainable farming organization in the United States, we seek to improve the economic viability, environmental soundness and social responsibility of food and farming systems in Pennsylvania and across the country. We place great value on efforts to build bridges between broadly diverse participants in the agricultural industry, from “farm to fork.”
PASA grew out of the need for an educational and support system for farmers – both experienced and beginning – interested in non-traditional agricultural practices, such as organic, biodynamic and grass-based farming, as well as the desire to create local markets for sustainably produced food.
PASA’s mission is the underlying theme of all of our programs – promoting profitable farms that produce healthy food for all people while respecting the natural environment – as our work is rooted in education and support for farmers, and outreach to the general public.
Unfortunately, tragedies happen everyday. The HOPE fund is here to help residents of the Penns Valley Area School District, in accordance to our mission, to those who have a major medical crisis or personal disaster. We will try to provide financial assistance and support to as many requests as funding will allow. If you are a resident of the Penns Valley Area School District and have a major medical crisis or a personal disaster, please complete the entire four page application and the Authorization to Use or Disclose Client Information form (see links below). If you are not able to print your own form, please contact us at the email noted below and we will be glad to mail you an application or you could stop in at Grace United Methodist Church, 127 South Pennsylvania Avenue, Centre Hall, PA from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and request an application from the Church’s Administrative Assistant. When your form has been completed, mail or email the completed signed documents to the following address:
HOPE Fund of Penns Valley
P. O. Box 427
Centre Hall, PA 16828
Once received, the Outreach Director will assign team members to meet with you personally to discuss your situation in detail. Their assessment will be presented to the Board of Directors who meet monthly to review each applicant’s needs. It is IMPORTANT to note that this process can be lengthy therefore we recommend that you submit your complete four page Application and Authorization to Use or Disclose Client Information form within 30 days of your need. Requests submitted without proper time allowance, detail, and accuracy may not be able to be processed by your noted deadline.
If you have any questions for the Hope Fund, please contact us at [email protected]