Food Pantry

Who can receive help?

At this time, we provide assistance to families in need within our own congregation, families in need at nearby Hagemann Elementary School, and others requesting emergency food assistance as supplies allow.

If your family is in need, please contact our office. All persons needing assistance should contact the church office (314-843-3500) during regular business hours (Monday-Friday from 9am-4pm) to set up an appointment.

How can you help?

Our immediate need is for food donations. To help us balance out the type of items we receive, please follow these guidelines:

Last name and items to bring
ABC — canned soups, stews, chili
DEF — pasta, pasta sauce, rice
GHI — cereal, protein bars
JKL — canned fruit, juices
MNO — canned meats
PQR — canned vegetables
STU — peanut butter, jelly
VWXYZ — crackers

Please do not donate any perishable items, items in glass packaging, or expired or nearly-expired items.

How Can You Help Us?

Help us restock our Food Pantry.

Can you help us restock it so we can be prepared to help others in our community this Spring and Summer?

Connection Classes and Bible Study groups have committed to providing for our Food Pantry moving forward:

If you are not currently involved in a group, you can pick any of the items listed.

Drop off donated items in the green Food Pantry bin located in the Missions Center

On Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights. Or during the week when the

Church Office is open (M – Thu, 9 – 4, Fri 9-12p).

Class or Group Items

● Young Adults (Zach Riney) – Cereal or crackers

● Adult 4 (Greg Mason) – Pasta, pasta sauce, mac & cheese

● Adult 5 (Pastor Rusty) – Crackers, snack crackers, bars

● Adult 6 (Mike Sonnenberg) – Vegetables, fruit

● Adult 7 (Brain Maloy) – Canned meat, soups, chili

● Adult 8 (Jesse Stricker) – Personal care items

● Men’s 1 (John Clark) Peanut butter & jelly

● Women’s 1 (Linda Groth) – Cereal, pasta, sauce

● Women’s 3 (Cathy Simpson) – Financial contributions

When and where can you donate?

We will receive donations Monday-Friday from 9am-4pm and when our building is open for Sunday services. All food donations should be brought to our Missions Center, located at the rear of our Atrium.

If you prefer to make a monetary donation, you can do that by check with the ministry name on the memo line or online (select Food Pantry in the drop-down menu).

Thank you so much for helping us love our neighbors in this very practical way!

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