Our food pantry is located in a sheltered entryway to the church offices and is accessible 24/7 throughout the year. A cabinet holds canned and dry goods, such as canned meats, vegetables, and fruits, dry and canned pastas, granola bars, peanut butter and jelly, and other items as available. We stock three small refrigerators with bread, fruits, vegetables, and other items needing refrigeration. Our produce comes from some local gardens but is primarily items that local grocers deem unsellable for various reasons. We would welcome local produce as well as toiletries, toilet paper, and feminine hygiene products.
This listing was last updated Dec 6, 2023
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Small quantities of food can be dropped off in a collection box just outside the doors of the office entrance to the church. To arrange to leave larger quantities, contact the pantry manager, Douglas Asbury, via email.
Church office hours are Monday through Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Also, you may contact Douglas Asbury, who manages the food pantry, at [email protected] to arrange for drop offs outside of office hours.
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