4Saints Episcopal Food Pantry at St. Luke’s in the Meadow Episcopal Church is open to serve the Meadowbrook area of east Fort Worth.

You can help by donating the following staples

  • Canned beans
  • Canned potatoes
  • Canned tomatoes (diced, whole, seasoned, etc.)
  • Canned fruit
  • Boxed cereal
  • Hot cereal (oatmeal, cream of wheat, etc.)
  • Flour
  • Sugar
  • Cornmeal
  • Cornbread mix
  • Canned meat (chicken, tuna, Spam, corned beef, etc.)
  • Soups & broth
  • Diapers (children & adults, all sizes)
  • Dish soap
  • Laundry soap

Bring these non-perishable items to church & place them in the 4Saints collection box. Please limit your donation to 4Saints to only the above items. Any other food or clothing items may be donated to Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County in a separate collection cart.

Opportunity to volunteer

If you are interested in being a 4Saints volunteer and helping feed the hungry, please contact Judy Cariker, jhcariker@gmail.com. Judy will fill you in on details about how you can serve and any required training.

About the pantry

4Saints Episcopal Food Pantry is an Episcopal food bank within our deanery. The Meadowbrook area of Fort Worth, where St. Luke’s is, has many low-income families, and hunger is an issue there. This will be 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 at St. Luke’s, because together we can get this ministry off the ground. In 2016, St. Martin’s purchased paint for the renovated space and collected money for food as the pantry opened.