Hope in Hand Food Pantry

Food Pantry Hours:

· Monday | (10:00 am - 12:00 pm)

· Tuesday | (6:00 pm - 8:00 pm)

· Wednesday | (10:00 am - 12:00 pm)

· Thursday | (6:00 pm - 8:00 pm)

· Saturday | (10:00 am - 12:00 pm)



· We only serve the areas of Rowlett, Garland, Sachse, and Rockwall. 

· You may receive assistance once every 7 days.

· No pre-registration is required to receive assistance.

· Please bring a photo ID (and utility bill with proof of current address.)

· Please pull your car under the driveway and wait your turn.

· Someone should be out shortly to help. 

· Show the volunteers your ID and provide the necessary information, as required.


What We Provide
Much of our stock is provided by donations from the community or monetary donations received from the community. We have varying items depending on donations. Unfortunately, we do not offer clothing, gas cards, or other monetary assistance at this time.


Want to get involved?
The Food Pantry has been providing food to needy families since 2001. This is an ongoing ministry based solely on donations of food and time from the congregation, the community, scout, troops, area churches, and GISD schools.

· Work in the food pantry to distribute food. Interested? contact the church office at 972-475-3559 or emailing office@fccrowlett.org 

· Donate food, toiletries, and other household/dietary needs

· Hold a food drive to benefit the Hope in Hand Food Pantry

· Have your group open an additional distribution time

· Make a tax-deductible monetary donation to the Hope in Hand Food Pantry (mailed, dropped off to 7301 Miller Road, Rowlett, Texas 75088 made out to FCC Rowlett) or securely through PayPal by visiting the button below. 








We envision a community in which everyone has access to a sufficient supply of food.


The mission of the Hope In Hand Food Pantry is to provide food to people in the community who are struggling to obtain food.


We are committed to responding to the needs of our community through food distribution.

  • We value respect, compassion, kindness, friendliness, and honesty in all interactions and activities.
  • We value providing a cheerful, welcoming, nonjudgmental environment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, or physical or developmental disability.
  • We value actively listening to our clients and appreciating the worth and diversity of each person.
  • We value the wise use of resources, creating new ways to improve our services, and effectively utilizing community support that sustains our work.
  • We value our staff and volunteers and their diverse talents, backgrounds, passion, and commitment to the community.