St Mary Parish Pantry (Food)

 “As a community centered in the Eucharist, we proclaim the love of Christ by sharing our bounty with all who seek nourishment.” 

Contact: Debi at

The food pantry ministry supplements the pantries of local families, honoring self-declared need. Volunteers pre-pack a wide assortment of food and load it directly into client vehicles.

Receiving from St. Mary Parish Pantry

When is the pantry open? We are open on Mondays from 10:00 am–12:00 noon. Line-up begins at 9:30 am.

How do I register? The first time you visit us we will ask a few questions and add you to our list. At future visits, we will check you in by asking your name.

What should I bring? There is no need to bring anything to receive food. We kindly ask that you have adequate space in your vehicle for the full boxes and bags you will receive.

Where do I go to get the food? At the present time, due to social distancing guidelines, we will load food directly into your vehicle. Please stay inside your vehicle and join the line on the north side of the church. Enter from S. Prince St. at the north driveway. After 9:30 am, a volunteer will get you checked in, and starting at 10 am we will put the food into the back of your vehicle.

What kind of food will you give me? You will receive an assortment of non-perishable foods, fresh produce, frozen meats, fresh eggs, other assorted dairy and frozen foods, plus bakery items. On average you can expect to receive about 50 lbs. of food packed into boxes and bags.

We know you may receive items you cannot use. We ask that you kindly share with others who may use them.               

Drive-Up Food Drive: Saturday, Sept. 12!

9:00 am to 3:00 pm behind Marian Hall (lower level)

See details here!

Donating to the Pantry

See the letter describing our ministry and how you can help here.

Most-Needed Items as of May 29

Here is an updated list of our top needs:

1. Cake and Brownie Mixes
2. Cereals – Cold
3. Instant Potatoes
4. Canned Chili
5. Pancake Mix
6. Pancake Syrup
7. Hot Cocoa Mix
8. Stuffing Mix
9. Canned Yams
10. Canned Pumpkin
11. Toilet Tissue

Perishable foods (fresh or frozen) may be delivered to Marian Hall on Monday mornings (distribution day), from 7:30–9:00 am. Due to storage constraints, the only non-food items we request are toilet tissue and baby diapers. Thank you for your donations!

Questions? Contact Debi at