Food Pantry Weekly, 15Jul2015

Greetings Foodies!

It was another great day at the Food Pantry. Twenty-two people volunteered their time this week – what a miracle. I guess I’ve always been in the slow group, but I’m finally learning to really trust God, just by seeing Him be so faithful in providing workers and food. And the volunteers seem to have a great time too! Tonight we had three generations of the Koffend family and all six of them were busy helping. What a crew!

During the past week the Trustees approved the purchase and installation of a new 49 cubic foot commercial refrigerator for the Food Pantry, as well as the addition of dedicated electrical circuits for that unit and a future freezer. Thanks so much to all involved! We hope to have the new fridge up and running next week.

Please pray for all our clients.



This week’s needs list for those wanting to donate food:  pasta, pasta sauce, soup.

To make monetary or food donations, please contact the church office at 512-346-3124.

This week’s numbers:
– # of volunteers: 22
– # households served: 68
– # individuals served: 218
 – # first-timers:  13

Food Pantry data 2015-07-15
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Volunteer opportunities

(1) Have some time on Wednesday mornings?  We have a small group that weighs and sorts produce, bread and other items coming from Trader Joe’s, and helps set up for Wednesday nights. Come at 10:00AM to help.

(2) How about Wednesday afternoons?  Receive, weigh and put away food delivered to Food Pantry from Whole Foods. This job requires the ability to lift up to about 30 lbs. Time: each Wednesday afternoon, delivery is generally between 1-2pm.

To volunteer or for more information, please contact Carl Wilson at:

To make donations, please contact the church office at 512-346-3124.


Covenant Food Pantry is a Capital Area Food Bank Partner Agency

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