Stonebridge members care about the needs of their community. Below are some of the practical ways its people volunteer their time, energy and resources in the surrounding community.
Perrysburg Christians United – Perrysburg Christians United is a consortium of 12 Perrysburg churches formed in 1973. The purpose of Perrysburg Christians United, commonly known as PCU, is to provide for the needs of the community through an active food bank, annual blood drives, crisis assistance, and a Christmas toy project. PCU serves individuals and families who live in Northern Wood County, north of State Route 582. Click the link above for more information about PCU.
Stonebridge members bring items from their own pantries to the worship service on Sundays, then gather once a month with members of other churches at the PCU Food Pantry to bag items for distribution.
PCU Food Pantry
SE corner of Grace United Methodist Church
601 E. Boundary St.
Perrysburg, OH 43551
The Manor at Perrysburg – a residential center that provides 24-hour, skilled, medical, personal and social services to individuals requiring continual care, as well as short-term stays for rehabilitative services. Click the link above for more information about The Manor.