St. Vincent de Paul Society News

Food Pantry

On September 22nd, we served 41 guest families. Guests and volunteers were treated to donuts in celebration of St Vincent de Paul’s feast day. In addition to the regular staples, guests were able to chose from freshly picked produce from The Monocacy Farm Project.

Our next food pantry will be held on Saturday, October 27, 2018 at 10:00am. Please let Ruth know if you are available to help out.

Elder Care

Caring for an elder parent 24/7/365 can be stressful. If you’re the primary caretaker of a senior parishioner and need time to: run errands, go out for dinner with your spouse, have some “me” time, etc, our volunteers will Elder-Sit. Please contact the rectory for referral to our Parishioner Program!


NOTE: If you’re a parishioner who could use assistance due to infirmity or, if you find yourself in a difficult financial situation, please contact the rectory for referral to our PARISHIONER PROGRAM!! All inquiries are CONFIDENTIAL! Any questions or comments please contact Ruth Herman @ or call 484-239-0243.

The St. Vincent de Paul Vision

We provide support in an understanding, gentle and nonjudgmental manner to our parishioners and those within our parish territory. Our clients are important to us as people; we empathize with them and their challenges. They are members of our community and we “know” them.

Incarnation Parish’s St. Vincent de Paul Society’s Food Pantry, is held the fourth Saturday of each month at the Incarnation of Our Lord Parish Rectory. We provide food to needy families within our parish and territory.

Donations to the pantry may be made at bins placed at the rear of the Church at each mass or at the Church rectory during regular business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.).