In the wake of COVID-19, our need has become even greater! If you are healthy and showing no signs of illness (cough, fever, body aches or sore throat), please consider lending a few hours of your time to this important ministry.
You can help!
All ages are welcome and no special skills are needed; just a caring heart and a desire to help.
Whether bagging up groceries, keeping inventory stocked, or even breaking down boxes, your participation will ensure the hungry families who really need our help, are getting it.
So, the fourth Saturday of each month at 4-Saints Food Pantry, for one hour, two or all three you can get your whole family involved with a very important mission. We ask volunteers to gather at 11 am in the parking lot of Meadowbrook Elementary School, directly across the street from St. Luke’s in the Meadow. We’ll be done at 2 pm.
Teens & Scouts – this is a great opportunity for you to get your service hours in!
For more information, please contact St. Martin’s 4Saints representative, Dick Seeber at 817-689-2353, or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
4Saints Episcopal Food Pantry at St. Luke’s in the Meadow Episcopal Church is open to serve the Meadowbrook area of east Fort Worth. The Meadowbrook area has many low-income families, and hunger is an issue there. This is the only food pantry in the area. St. Martin’s joins St. Alban’s, Arlington and St. Stephen’s, Hurst in our support of this food ministry.
You can also help by donating:
- Cereal (prefer regular size, not giant/family size)
- Peanut butter
- Soap, shampoo and other hygiene products
- Toothpaste & tooth brushes
- Feminine hygiene