What is the pantry?
The Single Parents Pantry at Eastpoint Church is designed to help single parents (with children 18 or younger) provide basic needs for the family. Typically we do not stock lots of food items, but we provide many of the basic necessities that you won’t find at the typical food pantry, such as soap, diapers, toothpaste and much more. How does a single parent access the pantry?
The first visit is always free! Just come and register with the pantry volunteer. Obtaining pantry receipts
is necessary for following visits. What is a pantry receipt and how are they obtained?
One pantry receipt is good for one visit to the pantry. Receipts are available after the parent attends a Life Class, Life Group, attends one of the Weekend Services, or serves as a Church Volunteer.
A few Life Class examples include Single & Parenting, Divorce Care, The Point, and The Matthew Journey. Each leader will provide a receipt following the end of the session for those who would like one.
Life Groups are listed on the website. The leader of each will have pantry receipts for those who would like one. In Auditorium 1 the teaching pastor and prayer team members will provide receipts following the service. Ministry leaders have receipts for those volunteering in the various ministries. Can I use the pantry if I am married or living with someone?
Not at this time. Our focus is to assist single parent one income families facing financial hardship.
Questions? Contact Sarah Reinhart at email@example.com
or call 533-6800 ext.127