Did you know that the Food Box Ministry at Living Faith helps feed families in our church that are having a difficult time making ends meet?
Each month, our ministry team sorts and packs up donations of non-perishable food items, and pairs them with purchases of dairy items, fresh fruit/vegetables and meat to create a monthly food box. You can help by donating non-perishable foods with valid expiration dates on the first Sunday of every month.
Food items needed: cereal, canned soups & vegetables, pasta & sauce, peanut butter & jelly, tuna & mayo, mustard, ketchup, school snacks, oatmeal, salad dressings, pancake mix & syrup, noodles/rice, taco kits, bread crumbs, pickles, baking supplies. Donations may be left in the blue bins found in the church corridor that runs between the Atrium and the front lobby.

Please note: Living Faith does not house a food pantry. All food donated on the first of the month is dispersed to families within a week of your donation! For more information on what is needed or how to get involved, please contact the Church Office at 516-752-1979 or email info@lfcc.org.

If you are a Living Faith Church Family who is having difficulty putting food on the table for your family, please call the church office and schedule an appointment:
516-752-1979
Meal Train

This is an opportunity for you and your family to provide one meal for a family who has a mom undergoing long-term treatment for cancer. Our Care Ministry tries to provide 2 meals a week to assist these families as they travel a difficult journey through chemotherapy and radiation. You may even select a family near you and choose which date you are able to provide a meal! Please note- meals may be home-made, store bought or delivered ... whichever works for you! To get connected to our Meal Train and provide a meal, please email us at: info@lfcc.org

If you are a Living Faith Church Family member who is undergoing treatment for cancer and having difficulty preparing a meal for your family, please contact the church office at 516-752-1979 to see if Meal Train can help provide a couple of meals a week for a given time.