Bogey Hills Baptist Church
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Loving God and Loving People

Powell Terrace Food Pantry

Pantry Location: 704 Boone Avenue, St. Charles, MO 63301
The Powell Terrace Food Pantry is a ministry of Bogey Hills Baptist Church. For over 30 years Powell Terrace has been feeding people spiritually and physically. Because of increased expenses, we are looking for churches, businesses, civic groups and individuals to prayerfully consider partnering with us in this vital ministry.  Powell Terrace assists families living in St. Charles County. 
Pantry Hours:  
All clients must report to the waiting room and sign in on Mondays only.  New clients receiving food on Mondays will be required to fill out an application.  
Monday:  8:00 - 11:00 am.  Items offered:  Meat, produce, deli items, canned food, bread, dairy, juice and baked goods.   Clients can only receive food every other Monday.  You cannot receive food on two consecutive Mondays.  
Wednesday:  8:00 - 10:00 am.  Items offered:  Produce, deli items, bread and baked goods. Clients are allowed to come every Wednesday to receive food.                                                           
Pantry Needs:  Financial support, canned food, toilet paper, feminine products, boxes of cereal, non-perishable items.  
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If you have any questions please contact us by calling 636-724-3036 or send an email to 
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