Lehigh County Office of Veterans Affairs may be able to help.
Christ’s Church at Lowhill Food Pantry
4695 Lowhill Church Rd.
New Tripoli, Pa. 18066
Christs Church at Lowhill Food Pantry opened its doors in May, 2009 in a one room school house on the grounds of Christs Church. The mission of the pantry is to serve the residents of Lowhill, Lynn, Heidelberg and Weisenberg Townships who are in need of food assistance. The pantry is partnership with area churches, Second Harvest Food Bank, and the community at large.
The pantry is managed by an all-volunteer work force and is governed by a steering committee. In order to fulfill our mission, we rely on the generosity of the community for donated food and monetary contributions.
Below is listed some basic information about the pantry: If your family is in need of assistance, please call.
Pantry number (answering machine, generally) 610-298-2054
NEW cell number: 610-674-2440
NEW email address: email@example.com
The newly elected board:
Nancy Holbrook, Chairperson
Bev Moyer, Vice-Chair
Sylvia Koenig, Secretary
Peg Laxson, Treasurer
Hours of operation
1st Saturday of the month from 9-12 noon
3rd Thursday from 4-7 pm
Seniors are the Wednesday before that Thurs. from 10-12 noon.
Accepted by appointment and mutual availability.
The last Saturday of the month from 9-11 am.
The 3rd Tuesday of the month from 9-11 am.
Donations can also be dropped off at both New Tripoli Banks and ESSA Bank.
Please remember, we are not on-site every day and donations, in any form, should not be dropped at the door. Please call first.
Drop Off Sites:
New Tripoli Bank – both Madison St and Claussville Branches
ESSA Bank at Rt. 309 and 100.
If any business would like to become a “drop-off” site, please contact us.
The Blessings Shop
The “Blessings Shop” is open and donations are accepted when The Food Pantry is open (see schedule above). We accept new or nearly new items. People in the community are in need of clothes, household items, small appliances, books, toys and even decorative items. We are currently in need of children’s new socks, various sizes, and new towels.
We often take for granted how fortune we are. Let’s help others in our community who need our help by simply donating things that mean a lot to others.
For additional information or questions, please contact Bev Moyer.
The Snack Pack Program
There are at least 40 more families that could be included in this program.
We need funding from businesses, churches, individuals and other civic minded groups.
The labor to assemble these bags has been provided by volunteers from Rotary, the HS Interact Club, and the pantry. Each bag costs approx. $5.00 for the included food items. This may well be the majority of food that child has until they return to school on Monday.
Please consider an ongoing monetary donation—or—a one-time donation would also be appreciated.
PLEASE NOTE ON YOUR CHECK: “SNACK PACK PROGRAM” and your donation, of any amount, will go into a separate account at the food pantry for this vital program.
If you, or any corporate sponsors have any questions,please contact the Food Pantry at 610-674-2440 or Gloria Zimmerman of Rotary at 610-395-0763.
In case of inclement weather, an announcement of any closing will be available on Channel 69 / WFMZ-look for Christ’s Church at Lowhill: FOOD PANTRY