The Holy Trinity Food Pantry continues to have steady use by our neighbors in the community hard hit by the economic times we are presently facing. Donations of food from congregants has sustained the pantry. In the pantry, our needs include canned meats, soups, canned vegetables, canned fruit, pasta, pre-packaged ready to eat meals and any other non-perishable product that hungry people might need. Food donations may be dropped off at the church office. The generosity of our congregation to support this important outreach to our neighborhood has been remarkable. Thank you for caring enough to make a difference.
Food Pantry hours of operation: Monday from 9 AM to 12 PM
Our food pantry is not open on national holidays, inclement weather policy for the food pantry: The Holy Trinity Food Pantry will not be open during inclement weather when Shelby County Schools are closed due to severe weather conditions. Please call the church office to confirm if there is any doubt about the pantry being open during a severe weather event.
The Food Bank at Holy Trinity needs your donations of food items. We provide food for the hungry every week from our church. Items that are most needed right now include: canned or boxed meat, fish, beans, tomatoes, starches, fruit, vegetables, mac and cheese, soups, peanut butter, canned fruit, rice, pasta, nutritious snacks, and fruit juice. Any donations are appreciated by the clients who use this service. If you have questions about a donation or need more information about the Holy Trinity Food Pantry, please call the church office at 901-320-9376.
Looking for a way to help out at the Holy Trinity Food Pantry? Pick up one of our new informational brochures and learn how you can help us to provide nutritional support to over 200 families a month. Duties include assisting clients with registration, re-stocking shelves, and inventory. Do you have 2 hours to give one Monday morning? If so, then we could use your help!
On September 7, 2018, the Food Pantry at Holy Trinity was awarded "Agency of the Year" by the Midsouth Food Bank (MSFB) at their annual agency conference.
The MSFB works with 31 counties and over 300 agencies- homeless shelters, daycares, food pantries, soup kitchens, youth programs, etc. This awared represents the hard work our volunteers put in.
Thank you and congratulations to our lead volunteer, Courtney Davis McDonnell and our volunteers: John, Bertha, Donna, Donna, Karen, Lee, Jackie, Denise, Ra Jean, and everyone else who have helped us with our pantry.