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The Story Church Pantry

We are a local food bank that partners with Hand 2 Hand in Comstock Park High School, as well as serving those with food insecurities in Comstock Park. During the school year we provide week end food bags to the students signed up in the main high school, and have an onsite pantry in the flex academy. On school breaks we provide boxes of food for families as well. Currently we provide shelf stable food, fresh and frozen food, toiletries and clothing.

This listing was last updated Jul 6, 2022

Location & Open Times

By appointment all summer, during the school year we drop off food to the school on thursdays, and provide emergency assistance by appointment.

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 5 weeks ago

475 6 Mile Rd NW, Comstock Park, MI, USAGet Directions

  • 616-259-5090

  • 616-206-6762

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  • Rebecca Siddall

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We can be reached by phone at (616)259-5090, or by email at [email protected] We request that you schedule an appointment by either email or phone prior to your visit.

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