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  • Contact / | svdpcathedral

    C o n t a c t 410 S. College Tyler TX 75702 St. Vincent de Paul District Council of Ty ler ​ If you feel called to volunteer, please contact Yulonda Boyd at -592-0027 903 903-593-7326 (Fax) yulondaboyd.svdp@gmail.com​ ​ Immaculate Conception Conference Office: 903-530-1672 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 303 Lindale, TX 75775 Your details were sent successfully! Send

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    Society of St. Vincent de Paul Immaculate Conception Conference Tyler, TX . Providing a variety of services to people in need in our local and wider community NEWS Our Pantry and Kitchen will be closed until Tuesday, September 29th ​ Pantry Hours of Operation Tuesday 9:30 am Thursday 8:00 am and 11:00 am Financial Assistance will be by appointment only please call the office at 903-592-0027 Mask must be worn ​ ​ 2020 Virtual Friends of the The Poor Walk Scheduled for October 4th ​ VOLUNTEERING ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS OPERATING SCHEDULE Interview: Federal Government poverty guidelines for food must be met. Type of aid is determined during the monthly interview process. Household income less than $1,000 per month, automobile at least six years old, and renting rather than purchasing a home. No assistance with rent is provided. Financial Aid: AVAILABLE HELP Food, clothing and minimal aid with bills. Interview and provide help: Tuesdays 8:30 am Thursday from 8:00 am-9:30 am and 11:30 am-1:00 pm Wednesday from 11:30 am- 12:00 pm Volunteers clean facility, organize, restock, receive and sort donations: Wednesday from 8:00 AM - noon. Periodic truck pick-up and deliveries for large household items: Contact Mike or Yulonda: 903-592-0027 ​ ​ ​ Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Svdp.Tyler

  • Clothes Closet | svdpcathedral

    Clothes Closet Our Clothes Closet, located in our SSVdP Center at 410 South College, is open to the public. Clothing and other items are provided directly to the needy, ill, elderly, and children under the age of 18. Donations of gently-used clothes are received at our center where they are sorted, sized, and organized by volunteers. The clothing is then distributed to the needy in an equitable manner, on a first-come, first-served basis, without regard to race, color, creed, religion, disability, age, national origin, political beliefs, or sex of the people we serve. The people we serve are not required to attend a religious or political meeting, make a statement of faith, pledge membership to any religious or political organization, pay any fee, or agree to work in exchange for receiving clothing. P9280338.JPG Image 12.jpg IMG_1875.JPG Image 19.jpg IMG_1206.JPG IMG_1364.JPG IMG_1365.JPG IMG_1205.JPG IMG_1367.JPG Show More

  • SPONSORS | svdpcathedral

    A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR 2019 SVdP WALK FOR THE POOR SPONSORS Audrey Pongetti Realtors - Cornerstone Brokerage The Paniagua Family Rick and Bonnie Rayford Danny & Kelly Jackman Classic Toyota-Tyler Mike & Diane Frossard ​

  • Feed My Lambs Soup Kitchen | svdpcathedral

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  • Food Pantry | svdpcathedral

    Food Pantry Our Food Pantry is open to the public. It is located in our SSVdP Center at 410 South College, Tyler, Texas. Food is provided in the form of groceries and other items directly to the needy, ill, elderly, and children under the age of 18. All food is distributed in an equitable manner, on a first-come, first-served basis. Food is distributed without regard to race, color, creed, religion, disability, age, national origin, political beliefs, or sex of the people we serve. In addition, they are not required to attend a religious or political meeting, make a statement of faith, pledge membership to any religious or political organization, pay any fee, or agree to work in exchange for receiving food. Food for distribution is purchased from the East Texas Food Bank, King’s Storehouse Food Bank, Brookshire’s Grocery Company, Mrs. Baird’s Bakery Outlet, Flowers Bakery and other sources. Canned goods are also obtained from food drives held by St. Gregory Cathedral School and Bishop T.K. Gorman Regional Catholic School. In addition, generous donors contribute various food and toiletry items to our food pantry. One feature unique to our food pantry is that the people we serve are allowed to select food items of their choice from the different groups of food that we have, while interacting with the food pantry workers. Feedback from those we serve indicates this person-to-person process for selecting food items is preferred and provides dignity to the people we serve.

  • Needs and Donations | svdpcathedral

    Needs and Donations The Society is always in need of food and gently-used clothing. Our sincere thanks for the wonderful donations and support provided by the parish. Our needs are on an on-going basis for the following items: beans, rice, masa, and cooking oil Food Needs: Men’s clothing and shoes in all sizes. Boy’s clothing in all sizes. Clothing Needs: Clothing items may be delivered to our SSVDP Center at 410 South College near the Cathedral. Food items may be delivered to our Center, or placed in the donation boxes at the Cathedral and at Saints Peter and Paul Chapel. WE ARE STILL LOOKING FOR YOUTH, WHO MIGHT NEED TO EARN SERVICE HOURS, TO ASSIST WITH VARIOUS CHORES FOR THE CENTER AND THE STORE. Call Mike at 903-714-4538 Furniture and other items, exclusive of clothing, may be delivered to our SSVdP Thrift Store located at 500 South Vine Street. SSVdP THRIFT STORE: on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and on the first Saturday of each month from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The Thrift Store is open for drop-offs IF YOU HAVE A FEW HOURS TO SHARE, VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED AT THE STORE. CONTACT KUI COGAN FOR DETAILS at 903-747-3174 Contact Edwin Mireles at 903-651-8077 to schedule pick-up of large items. ​ IMG_0672.jpg IMG_0675.jpg Show More Donation Box at Saints Peter and Paul Chapel Donation Box at Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

  • Spirituality / | svdpcathedral

    Spirituality It is important that Vincentians become rooted in the spirituality that is the heart and soul of the Society. To assist in that process is our spiritual advisor, Deacon Fred Arrambidez. Our Conference has a monthly spirituality meeting on the first Monday of the month Our Conference has three retreats per year conducted by Fr. Gus Tharappel at Wellspring Spirituality Center Members periodically attend Mass as a group Prayer is an integral part of our spirituality; therefore, we have a group prayer before beginning each session in which we serve the people of God St. Vincent de Paul members praying before each session RETREAT AT WELLSPRING SPIRITUALITY CENTER