Little Free Pantry

Our Little Free pantry is located at the corner of Mississippi and Gallatin. Please take what you need and leave what you can.

While larger food pantries and food banks operate as brokers and clients, the “professional boundaries” are removed with the LFP. There are no applications or specified hours of operations.

When donating to the pantry, please include non-perishable, shelf-stable items and no glass.

Frequently used items include soup, canned pasta meals, peanut butter, crackers, cereal, and any sort of instant meal items (oatmeal, ramen noodles, etc.) Hygiene items are also in need (soap, shampoo, toothpaste, etc.)

Necessities Closet:

We support local ministries by donating school supplies, backpacks, and personal care items to the Liberty Public Schools’Necessities Closet.

Linwood Area Ministry Place LAMP: We support this Heartland Presbytery ministry center. Ministries housed here work to revitalize the neighborhood, alleviate needs, and work for justice.

Clay County Clothes Closet: We gather and provide clothing to help those who need something warm, something new, or something that fits.

InAsMuch Ministries: We support the mission of this organization: “inasmuch as you have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, you have done it unto me.”

Matthew 25:40

Hillcrest Hope: We sponsor an apartment, share food, purchase school supplies, offer household items, and bless others with holiday gifts as families learn skills to become successful, independent citizens.

Rebuild Together, Clay County: We work with this organization to provide upgrades to substandard housing and keep seniors in their homes as long as possible.

The Fellowship of the Concerned: We support this organization as it helps promote racial harmony and helps people in need.

Love Inc: Affirms the dignity of families in need with real help for lasting change.

A gift to One Great Hour of Sharing enables the church to share God’s love with our neighbors-in-need around the world by providing relief to those affected by natural disasters, providing food to the hungry, and helping to empower the poor and oppressed.

Joy Offering is shared equally by the Assistance Program of the Board of Pensions, which provides much-needed assistance to PC(USA) church workers and their families, and Presbyterian affiliated racial ethnic schools and colleges, which enable students to develop their gifts and find their calling.

A gift to the Peace & Global Witness Offering enables the church to promote the Peace of Christ by addressing systems of injustice across the world.

To get involved call the office at: