Community Missions Thanksgiving
Food Drive, Packing, and Delivery
Through November 21

There’s nothing quite like gathering around a table and enjoying food, family, and friends at Thanksgiving. However, this holiday some families are struggling to put food on their table. Maybe some of you are wondering if your family and friends can gather around a table in person.

FBCSA is offering the opportunity to share your food and gather around 100 tables! No, we aren’t asking you to physically enter people’s homes. Instead, through your gifts of food, finances and/or time you can give 100 families a reason to look to the Savior for the blessings they receive. Are you ready to join Community Missions? Let’s be the Family of God to those without a family!



Pack Food
Join us on Wednesday, November 18th, 9am-12pm in the Fellowship Hall, to help pack all the non-refrigerated food items in individual bags.

Delivery Day
Volunteer to serve curbside, running carts and reloading them, loading up cars, and adding the fresh produce and frozen chickens to bags.

Delivery Teams 
Teams will deliver up to 4 families and socially distance love on them. Assignments will be given in advance so your family can pray for these families. You will also need to call to confirm they will be home on Saturday, November 21st. Food items can be picked up on the 21st between 9am and Noon. Delivery could take up to 2 hours depending on locations of families

November 18 Needs are Already Filled!

November 21 Needs

(We still need delivery teams)

We will receive donations through November 16.

Please shop from the following list:
o   Rice and Beans
o   Cornbread Mix
o   Hawaiian Rolls/Brown-n-serve rolls
o   Green Beans/Canned Veggies
o   Canned Corn
o   Canned Yams
o   Mini Marshmallows
o   Canned Cranberry Sauce
o   Instant Mashed Potatoes
o   Boxed Stuffing Mix
o   Dry Gravy Packets
o   Chicken Broth

Please bring food items to drop-off bin at ASK ME Desk in Kokernot Hall.

We understand not everyone is able to shop. We also need financial donations to help purchase whole chickens, a box of fresh produce, and any food items we are short. Please notate “Daily Bread” on your check or online gift.


Yum! We need pies (store bought; non-refrigerated) for 100 families, plus 50 teachers at Briscoe Elementary. Feel free to write a note of encouragement to go with the pie and let us know if it’s for a family or for a teacher.
Pies should be brought to the church on Thursday, November 19 between 11am and 1pm or 5 and 6:30 pm.