The East Jasper Christian Food Pantry serves all residents of Jasper County in Iowa East of a line corresponding to Highway T-12, which includes Kellogg, Lynnville, Sully, Galesburg, Newburg and the surrounding areas who are in need.
The Food Pantry is open every Saturday 9:00 - 11:30 AM
and is located at the Kellogg United Methodist Church Parsonage at 423 2nd Street.. next to the Kellogg water tower.
Several Churches that have come together in this Ministry currently are
Kellogg United Methodist, St. Andrew's Lutheran, Pleasant View United Methodist, Killduff United Methodist Church and Kellogg Christian Church (DOC) The Sully Church's, Lynnville Friends Church, and The Haven Vineyard Church, The Way Small Group and a few others. Anyone wishing to volunteer can contact their pastor or message our page. Food donations may be taken to any member church during service hours or brought to the Pantry during our open hours each Saturday.
We are thankful to be supported by generous donations from congregations from these communities along with donations from individuals and groups, and are also a partner with the Iowa Food Bank. The East Jasper Christian Food Pantry is available to help people get through a hard time.
~In answer to Prayers the Peace of Christ has ruled in many hearts and called us together in that one body which is the Body of Christ.. . We can rejoice together, not only that mercy is being shown to our neighbors and needs are being met, but that as Colossians says we are doing it "all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks through Him to God the Father."
The USDA requires us to post this below apparently....
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