The Little Free Pantry, established at St. Paul’s in early 2017, is a community-resourced food and dry goods exchange located outside our Welcome Center near the church parking lot. Those in need of food and other household items are welcome to take what they need, while we welcome St. Paul’s Parishioners and others in the community to stock the pantry with non-perishable food items and other goods from our list (click here). Lists are also available inside the pantry. You may bring items directly to the Little Free Pantry, located outside the Welcome Center on the east side of the building (near our parking lot). If the pantry is full, you can drop off items in the Parish Office Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. or in the Welcome Center after office hours.
Our peak times of need are Mondays and Wednesdays in the early afternoon and Tuesday and Thursday mornings, but we do see the pantry partly or completely emptied 1-3 times a day. So our contributions are helpful any time throughout the week.
Find a list of suggested items inside the Little Free Pantry or on this Google Doc.
You can also become a “Sustainer” of the Little Free Pantry. Donate money on a weekly, monthly, yearly basis. You can also make a “one time” offering to support our endeavor. The money will be used to buy items from the suggested list (see above). We always have a need for proteins, fruits, vegetables, and hygiene items. Make checks or card payments to St. Paul’s LFP (Little Free Pantry).