The Food Pantry ministry seeks to provide non-perishable food to those who are hungry and financially challenged. Jesus fed the 5000 and the 4000 of his followers during his ministry, having compassion upon them for their hunger. In seeking to be a church modeled after Christ, we want to also have compassion upon those who are in need.
We are currently recruiting people to pray for those who come in and those who can provide follow-up ministry. This is a tremendous opportunity to reach Christ out to the community in which we live.
Open: Wednesday - 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month
To aid in this ministry or for assistance, please call Linda Hardin at 214-544-6565.
The food pantry is closed periodically due to holiday closings and special events conflicts.
Want to donate food items to the High Pointe Food Pantry? Note the following.
Standard Items to Include In a Sack of Food
1 box/bag of dry cereal or hot cereal (Oatmeal, etc.)
2 cans of soup
1 sleeve or small box of crackers
1 package of Ramen Noodle Soup
2 boxes of macaroni ‘n cheese (small boxes)
1 or 2 can/s of meat, depending on the size of the can
1 bag of dried beans – 1 lb.
1 bag/box of rice – 1 lb.
6 cans of vegetables: 2 - green beans, 2 - corn, 2 - any other
2 cans of fruit and/or juice
2 envelopes or cans of powdered milk
1 can of tomatoes, tomato sauce, or spaghetti sauce (no glass bottles, if possible)
1 package of spaghetti or other pasta
Pack the Pantry Shopping List
StarKist tuna, 10/$10
General Mills cereal, $1.99
Campbell's Select Harvest soup, bogo
Safeway chunk light tuna
Safeway canned veggies
Safeway condensed soup (but NOT Cream of ... , please)
Welch's grape jelly or jam, $1.99
Jif peanut butter, $1.99
Van Camp's pork 'n beans, $0.57
StarKist chunk light tuna, $0.57
Premium saltine crackers, $1.88
Kellogg's cereals, 4/$8, if you buy 4
Campbell's chunky soup, 4/$5
Barilla pasta, 4/$5
Chef Boyardee pasta, 10/$10
Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, Apple Jacks, or Corn Pops, 3/$8