Food Pantry

Hosea 11:4 “I led them with cords of human kindness, with ties of love. To them, I was like one who lifts a little child to the cheek and bent down to feed them.”

The food pantry is open and continues to operate on Tuesdays from 10am – 12 noon. Volunteers are welcome and in- kind donations of nonperishable food donations are also welcome. Financial donations are also required to maintain the general operations. To receive food from the St. Matthew Food Pantry, a current photo ID (driver’s license, State ID) is required. Other acceptable forms of ID/Proof of Residence are a current/paid rent receipt or paid utility bill.

In addition, you may pick up food for disabled persons, seniors, or anyone who cannot get out of their homes. In order to pick up food for another person, you must bring that person’s ID (along with their telephone number and date of birth) to register.

The late Mr. Corwin Marbly, Pantry, Ms. Mary Bellamy and Mr. Eugene Smith

Left to right: Ms. Norma Wright, a community volunteer, Ms. Mary Howard, and Ms. Ruth Webber working in the Food Pantry to serve the community

Pastor Rodney C. Walker, and Charles B. Johnson, Interim Student Pastor participating in 2018 Hunger Walk