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The Holbrook Hope Ministry Food Pantry
1123 Broadway Ave, Holbrook, NY 11741
Administrated by the Christian Church of Holbrook, the Holbrook Hope Ministry Food Pantry collects and distributesMore non-perishable food to local residents in need. Call the Christian Church of Holbrook for donation and volunteer information.
The Christian Church at Holbrook
1123 Broadway Ave, Holbrook, NY 11741
In addition to regular prayer and services, The Christian Church at Holbrook offers its congregation youth programs, aMore vacation bible school and adult bible study. As part of its outreach, the church's Benevolence Group runs a food pantry, offering non-perishable, emergency food to local residents in need.
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church
1675 Coates Ave, Holbrook, NY 11741
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church opened its doors on April 17, 1904, and has been serving the Holbrook communityMore ever since. In addition to regular church services, St. John's offers Sunday school classes, vacation bible school, and runs a food pantry to assist local people in need.
Centro Cristiano Uno para Jesus
816 Horseblock Rd, Farmingville, NY 11738
Known in English as the One More for Jesus Christian Center, this is primarily a Spanish-speaking facility, withMore Christian mass offered several times a week. The center also offers English classes, bible study sessions, movie nights and a food pantry.
Calvary Chapel Island of Grace
1680 Railroad Ave, Holbrook, NY 11741
Founded on July 11, 1990 and led by Pastor Kevin Henesy, Calvary Chapel Island of Grace is a non-denominational churchMore in Holbrook. In addition to weekly services, Calvary Chapel offers many church-centered and community outreach ministries, including a food pantry, soup kitchen and prayer ministry.
St. Mary's Episcopal Church
315 Lake Shore Rd, Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
St. Mary's Episcopal Church is part of the Anglican Communion, "a federation of autonomous national churches that are inMore communion with the Archbishop of Canterbury of England." The church identifies itself as Episcopalian, but takes its focus on scripture from the Catholic faith. In addition to regular worship, the church runs a food pantry, a "Nearly-New" thrift shop, adult and youth fellowships, and Sunday school education.