- Food Pantry also needs a few good people
Good Shepherd’s Food Pantry is seeking volunteers who have a heart for those in need. If you can spare 4-6 hours each month helping to fill food bags, receive prayer requests and pass them on to Pastor Bruce, maintain the catalogue of family size of those served, and to help them with lists of open jobs, then we have the spot for you.
Those who come for help are treated with the utmost respect and care; the goal is to fill the gap until they are able again to afford to feed their families. See Bob Minor for more information.
- Food Pantry Low on Food
Good Shepherd’s Food Pantry served 184 people last Tuesday and the shelves need replenishing before the next Pantry Day on August 11th. Please consider a donation of money or food items from the list below.
- canned meals of beef stew, chicken & dumplings, spaghetti & meatballs, or ravioli
- Tuna Helper
- canned tuna
- dried milk in quart packages
- canned fruit
- peanut butter
- boxed cereal
- pancake mix in small packages
- pancake syrup in small bottles
- small bags of rice
- pasta sauce
Please, no substitutions
- Grateful for the Postal Service Food Drive
We’re thankful for the food given to our Food Pantry from the 2023 Postal Service Food Drive this past weekend. Thank you to all who participated!
- Food Pantry News
From December 2022 to March 2023, Good Shepherd’s Food Pantry handed out 293 bags of groceries to help 718 people. Those working with the pantry prayed with 305 people.
- Food Pantry Activity
From August through November 2022, the Food Pantry provided 429 bags of food to 1,037 people. 320 people requested [prayers.