St. Luke’s Neighbor to Neighbor Pantry

Beginning Wednesday, October 27th, St. Luke’s drive-thru food pantry hours will be changing.

The pantry will be open for in-person shopping the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in October and November from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM.  Boxes of food will be distributed (with NO in-person shopping) the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in December and January, also from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM.  The traffic pattern will be changing as winter approaches.  Please enter the lot and line up in order as directed.

Please be aware that for the safety of all involved, we may have to close due to severe weather.

Come see us at 2410 Melrose Dr. Cedar Falls 50613!

We partner with the Northeast Iowa Food Bank to provide our visitors with fresh food and beverages as well as paper and personal hygiene products.

Neighbor to Neighbor In Action

St. Luke’s is fortunate to have a small community garden that supplies fresh vegetables to our pantry.  We’re also grateful that several community members also donate produce from their home gardens!

It takes all hands on deck to get the pantry ready for distribution days.  We’re grateful to all our workers!

Fresh tomatoes, peppers, and green beans are grown in our church garden.  This spring members of our elementary-age Stories from Scratch crew planted a variety of vegetables for the garden.

Ready to help!

These masked marvels (and many more!) stand ready to greet neighbors and load sacks filled with frozen meat, fresh fruits, canned and dry goods, milk, eggs, and personal hygiene items into waiting vehicles.

Each week during pantry hours, children’s books are distributed free of charge. We’re grateful to our partners at Quota for providing reading materials and for joining us in our efforts to promote reading!

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