Jubilee Food Pantry:

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Vision: to love, have fellowship and truly know others in the community, creating a demonstration plot for the Kingdom of God.

Mission: actively be the hands and feet of the Church, tangibly living out the scripture: “whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.” (Matthew 25:40)

The Jubilee Food Pantry is operated out of the home of Andy and Serenity Coulombe every Tuesday between 4pm – 7pm.  Donations are collected from several different local businesses to help provide fresh produce and baked goods.  Along with the seasonal food donations a rotation of local churches collect non-perishables for the Jubilee Food Pantry.  Zion Mennonite Church is one of seven Covenant Congregations that have supported the Jubilee Food Pantry from the very beginning.  Some of the more essential items needed are:

• Dry rice (bagged into quart sized ziplocs)
• Dry beans (bagged into quart sized ziplocs)
• Canned fruit
• Canned veggies
• Canned meats (tuna, chicken)

These items can be delivered directly to the JFP: 2492 Baines Blvd. Hubbard, OR 97032, or can be dropped off in the foyer at Zion Mennonite Church.

The Jubilee Food Pantry also sponsors a community garden for Hubbard residents.  This offers 6 families the ability to grow their own garden as well as give back to the community by donating a portion of their veggies to the Jubilee Food Pantry.