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Trinity A.M.E. Church

The Food Pantry at Trinity AME Church exists to provide temporary, emergency assistance to both individuals and families in need in our surronding community. To receive a short-term supply of groceries, simply call the church office to set up a time to come in and pick up a food package. You can also "refer" a family who you know is in need emailing us at [email protected]. All requests are kept confidential.

This listing was last updated Jul 27, 2010

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We accept donations of fresh vegetables, fruit and bread.

Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 13 years ago

229 New York Avenue, Smithtown, NY 11787, USAGet Directions

  • 631-265-6011

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  • Rev. Brenda D. Ford, Pastor


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