Share Your Table

Highland Park shares the blessings of our table with local food pantries through Share Your Table.  There is a big bookcase, easy to find in the Atrium, where you can drop off food donations for those currently experiencing hunger. For 10 months of the year, our donations go to the Micah 6 Food Pantry at University Presbyterian Church and in May and November, our donations go to the Baptist Community Center’s food room during their annual food drives. Between deliveries, anyone who needs assistance can pick up from the bookcase. So bring on the peanut butter and beans and canned chicken and macaroni and cheese and canned fruit and cereal and oatmeal and whatever is your favorite and help fill up those shelves. We are ever grateful for HPBC’s lavish and extravagant generosity to communities of need. If you see bare shelves, it’s time to donate!

“We love because He first loved us.” – 1 John 4:19

Mission Voices:

“We participate in the Share Your Table because it is good way to get food to neighbors in our city who are in need. The food is given out in a way that gets it fairly distributed- something we couldn’t do ourselves. Share Your Table is a meaningful outreach for us as Highland Park church members.”
– John and Suzanne Lowe
I love having the opportunity to contribute to the “Share Our Table” mission. The first Sunday of each month we are given the chance to bring food donations to share with our community. I enjoy being a part of this mission because it allows me the avenue to participate in a way that I can help others with my very busy schedule. I’m very thankful to Highland Baptist Church for serving as the liaison between the members and those in our community.”
– Janet Serna“I love delivering all our bags and boxes of food donations to the Micah 6 Food Pantry at University Presbyterian on Thursday evenings – the big smile of the pantry manager’s face, the helping hands and laughter of the volunteers unloading my car, and across the alley people lined up for food and community at God’s Family Dinner. All of it, food for God’s most vulnerable people.”
– Alana Mallard

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