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Antioch Progressive Food Pantry Clients: March 16, 2020
If you are showing any symptoms, (cough, fever, shortness of breath) please do not attend our Tuesday distribution. If you have a compromised immune system or fall into the guidelines of High Risk due to chronic medical conditions per the CDC, please do not attend.
We are asking that if you do not have childcare for children under 18 years old, that you refrain from attending the distribution.
If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the church at 916/665-2600
MODIFIED DISTRIBUTION GUIDELINES
Clients arrive by 9:00 am to receive a number. Return at 11:00 am for food distribution.
Sign-in numbers will not be issued after 11:00 am. No exceptions.
Our distribution will provide bagged/boxed food items to reduce shared spaces.
We will create sign-in procedures that allow for social distancing.
- Only one client at inside sign-in desk at a time.
- Clients need to line up with six feet between each other.
We will create distribution attendance that allows for social distancing.
- Clients will remain in their cars until number is called.
- We will limit line management during distribution to ten (10) clients.
The Mission of the Food Program is to provide support to our clients in the form of food to supplement their nutritional needs. It is our desire to assist clients with food, to engage with them in a Christ-like manner and to support them through prayer. The program has been established to meet the needs of the community in the surrounding Meadowview and South Sacramento area.
Our community food distribution program offers food for clients weekly on Tuesdays from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon. Clients first must register their name, sign in and then they are able to obtain a number beginning at 9:00 am. Distribution is on a first come, first serve basis for everyone.
The Antioch Progressive Food Pantry is a partner with Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services, therefore,we have a set of strict guidelines to follow. The Antioch Food Program is not able to pull food for anyone. Each person in need must come and sign in individually in order to participate in the distribution of food.
The third time Jesus said to him, “Simon, son of Jonah, do you love Me?” Peter was hurt because Jesus asked him the third time, “Do you love Me?” He said, “Lord, you know all things; you know that I love You.” Jesus said, “Feed My sheep.” – John 21:17
For additional services in Sacramento, contact: www.211sacramento.org
The Partnership Cell has two subordinates: Antioch’s Missionary Support, which coordinates the congregation’s missionary effort; and the Local Organizational Committee (LOC.), which partners with Sacramento Area Congregations Together (ACT). The Partnership Cell works to bridge gaps between what is needed in the community and what is addressed by elected officials. Some Issues addressed are:
Graduation and DropOut Rates
Health Care Insurance
Quality Education for All
Youth and Gang Violence
- Researching community issues and making suggestions to resolve them.
- Working on teams with individuals from a variety of religious denominations and congregations.
- Communicating with missionaries as needed.
- Working with city, state, federal human resources and government organizations.
- Funding, corresponding with, and praying for missionaries.
For Information Contact:
Chairperson: Rev. Claude Odom, Jr.