The food pantry is open Tue/Thu 8:30 â€“ 1:00 pm
Walk-ins accepted with the following guidelines:
Clients must sign in before 12:30pm to be served that day. After 1pm clients will need to return the next open pantry day.
Visits are limited to once every 30 days.
Each adult in the household must have a picture ID AND a proof of residency. All members of a household must live at the same address.
ID for children- birth certificate or insurance card.
If you are unable to appear in person due to health issues or scheduling conflicts, fill out a proxy form and send it with your case manager.
Clients are encouraged to bring their own reusable grocery bags.
In 1986, a group of First Community Church members gathered to develop a congregation-wide mission project to put their faith into action. As a result, Project Adelphos was established connecting volunteers with needs in the community.
The name was changed to Heart to Heart to better reflect the goal of uniting individuals one-on-one. Through the commitment and passion of FCC members, volunteers, and the local community, Heart to Heart has grown from a congregational mission to a valuable community resource.
The mission of Heart to Heart is to respond to Godâ€™s commandment to love one another.
The vision of Heart to Heart is to model Godâ€™s love by:
Cultivating a loving community
Honoring individual gifts
Feeding bodies and souls
â€¦and seeing everyone as a child of God
This listing was last updated Dec 19, 2017
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