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Services

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Volunteers help sort food to be distributed through our Mobile Market Wednesday

Food Pantry

The food pantry is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for low income persons who do not have food or the means to purchase food. The pantry is stocked with canned goods, bread products, produce and frozen foods.

Our Hunger Program Director oversees the pantry and the many volunteers who assist throughout the week.

 

Fresh Food Distribution - Mondays and Fridays

Fresh produce, deli and pastry items, bread and periodically dairy and eggs are distributed every Monday and Friday around 9:00 a.m. This food is donated by area Schnuck's groceries through Ladue Chapel Presbyterian Church and the Cedar Hills Peace Pantry.


Mobile Market Wednesday

In addition, our mobile market occurs the first Wednesday of every month. The St. Louis Area Foodbank delivers pallets of fresh food to be distributed to our clients. Because this food is perishable, it is distributed immediately to anyone in need. 

You can contact our Hunger Program Director, Meredith Jackson, via email at meredith@i58ministries.org or by clicking here. 

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Our thrift store is stocked through generous donations from supporting individuals and congregations

Thrift Store

The thrift store is open Tuesday through Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for individuals seeking gently used clothing and household items. Clothing for all ages is available, from infant to plus size.  There is a minimal charge for clothing.
     
Business attire is also available for those in need of appropriate clothing for job interviews.


Soul Friends

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Friends gathered together to enjoy a Cardinals game.

The Soul Friends Grouip provides numerous opportunities for the individuals and families in our community to come together, get to know one another, build relationships and improve their lives.
Through our various events and classes, participants gain needed knowledge about a multiple of issues in order to better navigate through life while building bonds with one another that will last a lifetime. Programming includes:
  
* Lunch and Learn events around various issues, with speakers from
        the local community speaking on important topics. A free lunch is provided
        for all participants.
* Community Meals are hosted periodically throughout the year to encourage
and nurture strong relationships.
* Field trips are planned periodically to allow participants to explore our wonderful city.