Noonday Baptist Association
Friday, September 30, 2016
Marietta, Georgia

Storehouse Ministries

There was an error in the Noonday Light regarding the June Update with Storehouse Ministries.  This is the corrected version:
What a wonderful response to the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive by our Postal Carriers!  Our appreciation to all the postal carriers at the West Oak and Acworth (Old McEver Road) collection sites as well as the many volunteers that assisted with sorting and date checking. Volunteers that assisted with sorting and date checking are from the following churches:
  • Eastwood Baptist Church
  • Roswell Street Baptist Church
  • Piedmont Baptist Church
  • Summit Baptist Church
  • Lost Mountain Baptist Church
  • Kennesaw First Baptist Church
  • KSU and North Cobb Christian School

     Financial donations came from:

  • Eastland Heights Baptist
  • Piedmont Ladies Bible Study
  • Greers Chapel Church
  • Summit Baptist Church
  • Pebblebrook Baptist Church
   Food donations came from:
  • Piedmont Baptist Church
  • Greers Chapel Baptist Church
  • First Baptist Church Acworth
  • Hurt Road Baptist Church
  • Eastwood Baptist Church
  • East Cobb Baptist Church
  • Marietta First M & M Class
  • Roswell Street Baptist Church
  • Sandy Plains Men's Class
  • Summit Baptist Clothing for Kids


     There were also six families from Johnson Ferry Baptist Church that assisted in packing boxes as part of their Share the Blessing Day.
     Storehouse Ministries has a critical need for volunteers to assist with phone intake.  Please contact Karen Stevens for more details.
     During the summer is a great time for young people to volunteer to help us pack food boxes.  All ages are welcomed with adult
     Please help us share about our food pantry in the community, especially for families with children.  There are flyers for distributing about
     your church area regarding the Storehouse Ministries Food Pantry.

Storehouse Ministries is a vital ministry meeting the practical needs of persons in our communities who
fall on hard times.  The ministry is designed not only to provide physical food, but spiritual nourishment
as well.  Storehouse Ministries works with more than 100 Southern Baptist churches and new
congregations in the Noonday Baptist Association.  Each church helps by donating food and funds
to aid those in need. 

Just a reminder that when a person in need calls or comes to your church, give them the Storehouse Ministries phone number, (770) 428-8410.  Do not send them to the Associational office.  Each person must CALL in to Storehouse Ministries to receive help with assistance.  Storehouse Ministries does not accept walk-ins.

Click HERE for the complete Storehouse Ministries Food List.  These foods are always needed.

CONSIDER becoming a church that regularly contributes to Storehouse Ministries.  Here are some ways your church can do this:

  • Keep boxes in strategic areas of your church facility and have regular collection of food items and delivery dates.
  • Sponsor competitions between Sunday School classes to encourage all ages to give to the needy of our association.
  • Post the General Storehouse Food List in your church.
  • Send in monetary donations to the Storehouse Hunger Fund.  Make checks payable to Noonday Baptist Association and in the memo of the check write Hunger Fund.

However you choose to do it, your steady ministry will be put to good use in drawing the world to God's Kingdom.


Storehouse Ministries presently has 18 pantry churches with food boxes on hand at their church to be distributed to those who contact Storehouse Ministries.  Each box is packed with a Bible and tract.  Members of Pantry Churches make personal contacts and develop relationships with person who contact Storehouse for assistance.  This ministry allows practical needs to be met by a church in the neighborhood of the persons in need with love, compassion, and spiritual hope.

There is a great need for more Pantry Churches.  Please prayerfully consider whether your church can fill this need.  Call Karen Stevens, Storehouse Ministries Coordinator, at (770) 422-3347 for a full explanation of this important ministry role.


Storehouse Ministries depends on volunteers from Noonday Baptist churches.  Volunteers of all ages are needed--from elementary school children to retired adults (children need to be supervised by adults).  This is a way for everyone to become involved in a mission that feeds the needy, carries the Word of God and gives a personal face to Christ Jesus.

Karen Stevens, Storehouse Ministries Coordinator, encourages leaders of RAs, GAs and Youth groups to schedule a time to bring their students to do a mission trip at Storehouse Ministries.  Call (770) 422-3347 to schedule a time to serve.


Together we serve Christ by spreading His love