5&2 food Pantry

grocery Ministry

Thursdays | 6pm - 7:30pm

about the pantry

The 5 & 2 Food Pantry is a choice style pantry where our clients can choose the items they prefer. 

Quantities given are determined by family size.  We are a partner agency of the Lowcountry Food Bank.

Mission Statement

Sharing the hope of Jesus with our neighbors through food, prayer and God's Word. 

Pantry Hours

Thursdays from 6pm - 7:30pm

The 5 & 2 Food Pantry is located in the Annex/Gym building. 


Stop by Thursday evenings for a tour and see where you can serve. We also need help during the week processing donations to keep the pantry ready for shoppers. Let us know if you would like to help and we will put you in touch with the sorting team.

I'd Like to Help



On Sundays non-perishable food item donations can be dropped off in the designated food pantry closet, located inside the main Worship Center - just inside the Southwest entrance. 

Weekday donations can be dropped off at the church office.

Donations Needed:

Cereal Canned Meats Shampoo
Pancake Mix Peanut Butter Bar Soap
Canned Vegetables Soup Toilet Paper
Canned Fruit Macaroni & Cheese Cleaning Supplies
Spaghetti Sauce Cake Mixes Laundry Detergent
Pasta Toothpaste Dish Soap
Rice Diapers Feminine Producs

monetary donations

Monetary donations are needed to help us supplement pantry needs.  Checks need to be made payable to Old Fort Baptist Church with food pantry in the memo line or give online and choose "food pantry" in the fund drop down list.

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The 5&2 Food Pantry is open Thursdays from 6pm - 7:30pm.  
10505 Dorchester Road, Summerville, SC 29485 

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