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Bread Pantry


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Bread Pantry


It is written: Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.
— Matthew 4:4

Heritage Community Church Bread Pantry is devoted to nurturing love for God, love for self, and love for others by helping and serving others in need of physical and spiritual food.

Our culture is to accept we are all sinners; Jesus is the teacher we strive to follow. Our culture is to create a safe and loving environment for people to relax, reflect, and grow while serving others.

HCC has five "Purposes"

The Bread Pantry covers all five of the "purposes" HCC has, but has adopted one primary.
The primary purpose of the Bread Pantry is the "Ministry" purpose. We chose this purpose because we are first and foremost a "service" based ministry.

For more information  |  John Cordle, Director443.618.3489

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Bread Pantry Clients


Bread Pantry Clients


Bread Pantry Client expectations:

  • We will serve people from young to senior, married and single, working and unemployed, saved and unsaved. Only one person per family will be able to collect for the family per week from our food tables.
  • We expect our clients to be open to following directions.
  • We expect our clients to be open to hearing about God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit
  • We expect our clients to be open to discipleship.
  • We expect our clients to help one another, share community resources and ask questions.
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Bread Pantry Volunteers


Bread Pantry Volunteers


Bread Pantry Volunteer expectations:

  • We expect our volunteers to develop and strengthen their personal relationships with God through life experience, Bible study and service.
  • We expect our volunteers to strengthen their individual ministries through practice by seeking out opportunities at the Bread Pantry.
  • We expect our volunteers to share their S.H.A.P.E. with strangers.
  • We expect our volunteers to be compassionate and understanding that life is not perfect or fair.
  • We expect our volunteers to be quick to listen, slow to speak and loving in our actions.
  • We expect our volunteers to work together to strengthen the Body of Christ and to share the word of salvation and grace with all.
  • We expect our volunteers to pray for one another and themselves.
  • We expect our volunteers to participate in the weekly program and announcements.
  • We expect out volunteers to mentor others.
  • We expect our volunteers to complete the H301 Class.
  • We expect our volunteers to keep leadership informed of changes in their schedule, contact information and to bring all conflicts to the leadership using the above and below methods.
  • We expect our volunteers to attend scheduled Breat Pantry meetings and fellowship events.
  • We expect our volunteers to praise God at all times.
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Bread Pantry Donate


Bread Pantry Donate


Information regarding donations to The Bread Pantry at HCC.

We would love to have you be a part of our team. Below are the opportunities that The Bread Pantry  has open to donate your 'time.'

  • Volunteers with vans or trucks to make store pick-ups on Friday mornings.
  • Volunteers to cut and organize store coupons.
  • Volunteers to speak at our programs.

Below are the opportunities that The Bread Pantry has open to donate otherwise:

  • Donate gas cards for our pick-up drivers.
  • Donate gift cards to make food purchases.
  • Donate storebought items to give out at The Bread Pantry.
  • Donate supplies such as: gallon size bags, grocery bags and more for clients to carry their selections home.
  • Donate bibles to hand out.