Provides emergency food for residents of Northglenn and Thornton who live within the church boundaries. Food must be picked up. Food is available to individuals once a month and the bread line available once a week. The bread line may include breads, sweets, frozen prepared foods, dairy products, and fresh produce depending on donated items available that week.
Emergency food is provided for Northglenn and Thornton residents living within church-specified boundaries.
Residents residing between: 104th Ave to 160th Ave and I-25 to Quebec St (Food Pantry); Statewide (Bread Line)
Limited, call for specific information
Call or walk in to complete intake form. First come, first serve. Arrive prior to 11:15 a.m.
Required at each monthly visit:
- Valid picture ID
- Proof of Address (dated within the last 30 days)
Residents of Northglenn and Thornton who live in the area bordered by 104th Avenue on the south and 165th Avenue on the north, I-25 on the west and Quebec Street on the east (food pantry). No Restrictions Applied (bread line).