FLC Community Food Bank
Our food pantry is available for anyone, member or non-member, who needs a helping hand having food for themselves and their family.
Food bags are available any weekday the church office is open Just come by the church office between 8:00 AM and 11:30 AM. For more information contact email@example.com.
If you would like to serve your neighbor and donate items to the pantry, some of the items that we commonly need a lot of are:
Please DO NOT donate the following items:
Any item requiring refrigeration
Expired food stuffs
Bloated or dented cans
Open or compromised packages
Meals on Wheels
Faith Lutheran Church is a distribution point for Meals on Wheels of Metro Tulsa. Meals are delivered 5 days a week to people in the community that are unable to cook for themselves.
TOGETHER, WE CAN DELIVER
Our mission is to provide nutritious meals, wellness checks, and caring contact to elderly, disabled homebound, and others in Tulsa and surrounding areas.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
When you are a Meals on Wheels volunteer, you are delivering much more than a nutritious meal - you are delivering wellness checks and caring contact. For many of our homebound seniors, you will be the only person they see or talk to all day.
A typical volunteer shift takes about an hour to complete. Your time volunteer with Meals on Wheels of Metro Tulsa will have a profound impact on many lives, including your own. And that feels good. Because when you do good, you feel good.
Thursdays, beginning at 11:00a.m., seven frozen meals are delivered to a short route of clients.
Meals are delivered from Faith Lutheran Church.
Volunteer Site Leader:
Volunteers lead a team of Meal Delivery volunteers and packers to successfully deliver the mission of Meals on Wheels at their assigned distribution site (Faith Lutheran Church).
For more information on volunteering with Meals on Wheels of Metro Tulsa, please contact Scott Copeland at 918-922-8428 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
BSA Scouts - Troop 84G
Faith Lutheran Church charters the BSA Scouts Troop 84G of the Indian Nations Council, Will Rogers District.
The Indian Nations Council, originally called the Tulsa Council, was first chartered in 1911 and has a rich heritage of building leadership skills in youth. Today the Council serves 18 counties in eastern Oklahoma. Over the past century the Council has positively impacted hundreds of thousands of Scouts and their families.
For more information about the scouting program, you can visit the Indian Nations Council website at www.okscouts.org or ask Matt Clifton (918.381.5028) for more information about the local troop.