Our neighbors are hungry.
In March, as the pandemic hit, schools and businesses closed. Working people lost jobs and health insurance. Food shelves and churches, including our church closed.
Our neighbors were hungry and had nowhere to go for help...
And so, Epiphany's Little Free Pantry opened! A free 24/7 source for simple foods to fill a hungry stomach and ease the pain of this pandemic.
Twice a day, we stock the pantry with staples like peanut butter, pasta, cereal, diapers, and toilet paper. Stop by and take a look anytime! You might meet a hungry neighbor - let them know you keep them in your prayers.
It takes about $150 each day to keep the pantry stocked. This adds up for our tiny church.
$15 buys 10 boxes of cereal
$22 buys a case of diapers
$48 buys a case of canned tuna
$150 stocks the pantry for a day.
You can put food on the table for child who is hungry, a mother who is exhausted, an elder who is alone.
Will you help feed our hungry neighbors?