One in 10 people right here in North Dakota—including more than 1 in 7 children—struggle to put food on the table. Don’t let your struggles go unheard.
Check Out the Kindred Area Food Pantry!
Kindred Lutheran houses the Kindred Area Food Pantry. Churches and volunteer organizations throughout the area contribute food and money toward the pantry. Certificates for food from the local grocery store may be available to purchase food as well.
Would You Like to Help?
Here are ways you can help:
We want to help you!
Anyone in the area who is in need of food or household supplies is welcome to contact the church at 428-3630. You can also stop by during regular office hours posted on this website.
The Food Baskets are a partnership of the Kindred Area Food Pantry and Kindred Area Ministerial Association (KAMA) which includes Bethel & Goshen Moravian Churches; Calvary & Zion United Methodist Churches; Canaan Moravian Church; Christine, Hickson & Walcott Lutheran Churches; Davenport & Norman Lutheran Churches; Kindred Lutheran Church; St Maurice Catholic Church; and West Prairie Free Lutheran Church.
We return to the CROSS which reminds us that Jesus came not to be served but “to serve” (Matthew 20:28).
Being servants is our calling as disciples who are obedient to Christ’s command, “So if I, your Lord and teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet. For I have set you an example, that you also should do as I have done to you. Very truly, I tell you, servants are not greater than their Master, nor are messengers greater than the one who sent them” (John 13:14-16).
We reach beyond the walls of the church, serving the needy and hurting in our immediate community as well as the world. This is faith active in love.
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