Newly renovated office building at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Princeton, W.Va. will be dedicated for Catholic Charities West Virginia on Wednesday, October 4 by Most Rev. Michael J. Bransfield, bishop of the Diocese of Wheeling Charleston.
PRINCETON, W.Va. – A dedication and blessing ceremony for Catholic Charities West Virginia’s (CCWVa) newly renovated building on the campus of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Princeton, W.Va., will be on Wednesday, October 4th at 11 a.m. The building at 203 South Seventh Street in Princeton will be the main office for CCWVa’s Southern Region. Officiating the ceremony will be Most Rev. Michael J. Bransfield, bishop of the Diocese of Wheeling Charleston.
The new location was renovated by a generous donor for the primary use of CCWVa and is a short move from their previous location at 602 Ritchie Street. CCWVa’s Southern Regional Director, Matt Atwood said about the space, “We are grateful for everything that has been provided to us here; the blessing of this upgraded space supports the dignity of those we serve and provides a professional area that is easily accessible.”
CCWVa is the largest private social service agency in West Virginia and is open to all people. Working to provide comprehensive assistance in rural and populated communities in West Virginia, collaborating with other social service providers, ecumenical and community service groups, local and state government and businesses is at the forefront of their daily work.
CCWVa’s Southern Region includes Nicholas, Fayette, Raleigh, Wyoming, McDowell, Mercer, Summers, Greenbrier, and Monroe Counties. The regional office is in Princeton, the Loaves and Fishes food pantry and thrift store are in Hinton, W.Va., the Adult Learning program operates in Welch, W.Va., and other vital assistance is provided in Raleigh and Greenbrier counties through partner organizations.