Address and Directions: The Lord's Harvest pantry shares a building with Monroe County Opportunity Program (MCOP) On Telegraph Road south of 7th Street and north of Dunbar Road. The address is:
1140 S. Telegraph Road, Monroe, MI. 48161

Hours of Operation: Monday 1p-4p, Wednesday 9a-noon, Thursday 4p-7p and Saturday 10a-1p

Contact Information:
734-224-TLHP      Fax: 734-457-0630
1140 S. Telegraph Rd.
Monroe, MI 48161

Core Values:

  • No one in Monroe County should go hungry.
  • All Monroe County residents in need should have access to food to meet basic nutritional and dietary needs.
  • Partnership and collaboration is the key element to success in implementing a client choice pantry.
  • Assistance will be given to those in need without discrimination (age, race, gender, religion, national origin, disability, economic status, or sexual orientation).

Mission Statement: Feeding Monroe County with dignity.

Vision Statement: The vision of The Lord’s Harvest Pantry is for all residents of Monroe County to have an adequate supply of food to meet basic nutritional and dietary needs in their household.  With dozens of local churches, non-profits and businesses working together to create, operate and support a community-wide client choice pantry.  Residents will be treated with compassion, dignity and respect.

Project Goals: The goals for The Lord’s Harvest Pantry are as follows:

  • Ensure that all residents of Monroe County have an adequate supply of food in their household.

  • Increase community awareness about hunger in Monroe County.

  • Offer a viable alternative to area churches wishing to open their own food pantry.

  • Provide a model of collaboration between community members.

  • Educate and direct individuals to comprehensive services available to residents.

  • Provide an environment of dignity through a store-like setting enabling clients to personally select the foods they prefer.

Advisory Council:

  1. Jeff WeaverGodWorks Soup Kitchen
  2. Stephanie Kasprzak MCOP
  3. John Dziurgot - Gleaners Community Food Bank
  4. Terri HamadCommission on Aging
  5. Aaron Davis Elevate Church
  6. Rich RousseloTrinity Lutheran Church
  7. Jackie Henegar  – Victory Temple Church
  8. Gary SchuldenStewart Road Ministries
  9. Sharon McNeilSt. Mary Organic Garden
  10. Roger PrewittN. Monroe Street Church of God
  11. Sue SargentSpeckled Frog Learning Center
  12. Nancy Swanson  – Monroe County ISD
  13. Mike SmithUnited Way
  14. Lorie Bronson - Vicariate Peace & Justice

Prayer for our pantry:

Almighty God,

In Your provident love, You have created all that exists, so that the needs of all may be met.

May your Spirit of Love, make us one with those in need and empower us to serve those who hunger for You and hunger for earthly food.

Raise up those whose gifts will be used in building a just world that seeks to serve the least among us.

Though Jesus Christ we pray that all we say, do and think give glory to Your Holy Name.