Clothes Closet...
Open Monday 9 a.m. -2 p.m.; Tuesday 9 a.m.- 2 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. - 6:45p.m.; Thursday 9 a.m.  to 2 p.m.; Friday 9  a.m. - 2 p.m. 
and Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 11:45am.  Gently used clothing items for the entire family are sold at very reasonable prices. We are always in need of children's and men's clothing and shoes.

Thrift Shop...
This is open the same hours as the Clothes Closet. Household and decorative items are sold at reasonable prices. Novels and non-fiction, CDs, DVDs, children's toys and books are also available. Look for a used jewelry sale over the summer months and a children's toy sale closer to Christmas.
Soup Kitchen...
Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. We fondly call our soup kitchen The S.K. Cafe. Lunch is served to all who attend. Monetary donations are gladly accepted but not required. Canned goods, overstocked freezer items, and garden produce are welcomed as well.    USDA Nondiscrimination policy

Trikepreacher Chapel

There are times when a deeper more private conversation with a Christian brother is needed, more than that which can be had in the dining area during lunch. Trikepreacher Chapel is just such an opportunity. From 12:00 -1:30 on Tuesday and Friday, Pastor Cal,(the Trikepreacher) will be available in the chapel area across the foyer from the Diamond Street entrance.

The Kitchen Garden...

        Our Kitchen Garden is the result of different ministries, operating from our building, working together. It was an idea of members of the Mondays at Noon bible 
study. Our garden is located just to the west of our parking  lots, during the growing season, and provides our Soup Kitchen with onions, lettuce, cucumbers, zucchinis, peppers, tomatoes, or anything else the kitchen staff requests us to grow. All of the produce is used to feed those who come to the building for lunch from our S. K. Cafe.

Diaper Program...

If available through donations, diapers are given out once per month to parents with babies. Babies must accompany parents at pick up. This program is run through our Clothes Closet on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings only.

Barely Moving...

For those who have the temporary need for a walker, canes, crutches, raised potty chairs, or wheel chairs (if we have them). These items are loaned out if available. Please call first to check on availability.

Mondays at Noon...

A 1 hour bible study including discussion and prayer in our Community Room, taking place...Mondays at noon.

Williamsport Area Christian Mental Health Support Group

The mission of the Williamsport Area Christian Mental Health Support Group is to provide a confidential atmosphere of Christ centered caring, support, and acceptance that will enable attendees to enjoy a closer relationship with their Lord leading to strengthening their mental health. It is open to individuals who struggle to cope with psychological issues. It also welcomes family members and other close relations. This support group is not mental health treatment nor is it meant to be a substitute for such treatment. Meeting times are: The 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 6:00pm to 7:30pm.

 Newberry Community Partnership...
A non-profit organization dedicated to improving the community of Newberry. 
 Polling Place...

          901 Diamond Street, in our handicapped accessible Community Room, is the polling place for the 5th and 6th Wards of Williamsport, PA.            It is used for that purpose during the Primary and General elections.

 Alcoholics Anonymous...
A support group that also meets in the lower level of the Center on Wednesday 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Please use parking lot entrance.
Point Man Ministries...
A support group for military personnel returning from war who need to learn how to deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. They meet here when there is a need. Currently no meetings are being planned.
YMCA Summer Camp...
A summer day camp run by the YMCA during the months of June, July and August. Registration is through the YMCA.

Kids Cafe Summer Feeding Program...
Children can come in during our regular Soup Kitchen hours, when they are not in school and receive a hot lunch.
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Girl Scouts...
Girl Scouts of the USA  builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. 
Troop # 60151 meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from 6:00 pm to 7:45 p.m.

Back Pack Program...   
        In August of each year, based on donations supplied we provide "start of school" backpacks with typical school supplies included to                     children whose families have expressed the need.

Eldershare/CSFP(Commodity Supplemental Food program)...
        This supplemental income-based food distribution program for seniors operates independently of the West End Food Bank.
        On the 3rd Wednesday of the month between the hours of 9:00 and 11:00 qualifying seniors can sign up to receive food the 
        following month by bringing proof of I.D.  and proof of household income. Each 3rd Wednesday a sealed box of food is 
        distributed, from our Community Room, to those who qualify (household income <150% of poverty).USDA Nondiscrimination Policy

Shoe Express...       

A program created to provide free new sneakers and socks to children (infants through 17 years of age) who qualify, and live in the Williamsport Area. First and Third Saturdays of each month, except for July, from 10 a.m. to noon. Children must be accompanied by their parent or guardian. 

West End Food Pantry...
       A State & Federal Food Program for eligible people living between 7th Ave. in Williamsport & Linden (East to West)
       and between Duboistown/Newberry to Ralston (South to North). Qualified clients receive food once every 30 days,
        on First 4 Thursdays each month 12:30 to 3:30 pm. Requirements include: Proof of total household income, identity
       for the person authorizing the food account, and proof of birth dates and Social Security numbers for each household member.
       For more information please call (570) 323-1891     USDA Nondiscrimination Statement 

Total Household Income (based on 150% of Poverty) July 1, 2019 

                                            Household Size

                                              Circle One                           Annual                         Monthly                             Weekly

                                                         1                 $                18,735            $             1,561                   $               360

                                                         2                 $                25,365             $            2,114                   $               488

                                                         3                 $                31,995             $            2,666                   $               615

                                                         4                 $                38,625             $            3,219                   $               743

                                                         5                 $                45,255             $            3,771                   $               870

                                                         6                 $                51,885             $            4,324                   $               998

                                                         7                 $                58,515             $            4,876                   $            1,125

                                                         8                 $                65,145             $            5,429                   $            1,253

                   for each additional family member add:                $                    6,630            $                553                   $               128