Food Pantry & Thrift Shop

The Food Pantry and Thrift Shop are open Thursdays from 6-9PM and Fridays from 9AM to Noon.

Food Pantry

Food Suggestions For The Food Pantry

  • Canned Vegetables

  • Canned Meats

  • Canned Pasta With or Without Meat

  • Canned Soups

  • Canned Fruit

  • Spaghetti Sauce

  • Tuna Fish

  • Baby Food

  • Baby Formula

 Frozen Foods (no expired items please)

  • Turkeys

  • Ham

  • Bacon

  • Sausage

  • etc.

Dry Foods

  • Pasta

  • Breakfast Cereal

  • Snack Foods

  • Instant Potatoes

  • Cake, Brownie, Cookie Mixes

Other Items

  • Toothpaste

  • Tooth brushes

  • Soap

  • Feminine Products

  • Juice

  • Pet Food

  • Toilet Tissue

  • Paper Towels

  • Antiperspirant

Foods That Should NOT Be Donated

  • Outdated Food

  • Food That Has Been Partially Eaten

  • Open Containers of Anything

If you are unsure if an item is acceptable, please donate it anyway.

The Food Pantry Team will be happy to take care of it.

Please direct any questions to Pastor Kim Wecht.

 
 

THRIFT SHOP AND FOOD PANTRY COVID-19 GUIDELINES

For Our Thrift Shop Customers: Masks must be worn by everyone. Nose and mouths must be covered completely. Masks will be provided if you forgot yours. As per state law, anyone refusing to wear a mask will not be permitted in the building.As you walk in the church building, please sanitize your hands with the provided hand sanitizer. Gloves have also been provided for those who wish to use them. Additional hand sanitizer dispensers are available throughout the Thrift Shop. Please remain six feet apart as per state law.Until further notice, the bathrooms will not be available. 

For Our Food Pantry Patrons: The Food Pantry continues to be available for anyone who needs food.A mask must be worn. Masks are available if you need one. Please come into the church as usual, sanitize your hands, and if you wish, put on a pair of gloves that have been provided. A volunteer will assist you.  

For Our Volunteers: Masks must be worn by everyone.Hand sanitizer must be used before volunteers start to work. Volunteers should remain six feet apart as much as possible. Gloves are available to the volunteers at all times. 

The health and safety of our customers and volunteers is our top priority!