Park Street Church Food Bank

“Is not this the fast that I choose: to loose the bonds of wickedness, to undo the straps of the yoke, to let the oppressed go free, and to break every yoke?
Is it not to share your bread with the hungry and bring the homeless poor into your house; when you see the naked, to cover him, and not to hide yourself from your own flesh?
Then shall your light break forth like the dawn, and your healing shall spring up speedily; your righteousness shall go before you; the glory of the Lord shall be your rear guard.”  Isaiah 58

Who We Serve

Food Banks function differently from Food Pantries.
A Food Pantry provides food to the public to counter the effects of Food Insecurity.
A Food Bank stores a supply of food and makes it available to Food Pantries when other sources are unavailable.
Our Food Bank stocks up nonperishable foods and provides these to Food Pantries with whom we have partnerships.


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lisa gomi hui

Project Manager

I never thought I would have the opportunity to use the skills I cultivate at work, such as team-building and project management, to advance God’s Kingdom and help meet immediate needs in the city I call home. I’m excited to be able to help the body of Christ work together for His good!

sam beverage

sam beverage

Inventory Manager

I’m thrilled to have this opportunity to work alongside other congregations in the city in visibly and materially doing the work of the church.  God can use even a pandemic to glorify his name!

Weekly Updates sEptember 14-18


    • Prayers for our first delivery to Mi Amore in Winthrop on Friday 9/18. We are testing out a partnership with 6 families (about 12% of the total families they serve).
    • Pray that we’ll be able to meet this need, that Jeff and Mi Amore families will feel loved and supported by PSC, and that we can develop a relationship with Mi Amore to eventually serve their 48 families in Winthrop.

Prayer Requests

        • Prayers that we will be able to meet the needs of the other food pantries as they arise. 
        • Prayers that this pilot partnership with Mi Amore in Winthrop would go well and we would build trust with Jeff and the organization.

Project Stories

Friday Prayer vigils


COVID-19, Cancer & Project Management

COVID-19, Cancer & Project Management

by Jennifer Powell Scott Forest was just a few weeks into his role as a project manager for one of Park Street’s Covid-19 Rapid Response Teams when he was diagnosed with colon cancer. Although faced with months of treatment that would alter his days and sap his...

East Boston

East Boston

By Jennifer Powell The line for the food pantry in East Boston stretched out the door, down the street, and around the corner. And yet, Ricardo waited for an hour and a half. He was out of work, not eligible for benefits, and needed to eat. But by the time he got to...

City Engagement hosts weekly Prayer Vigils each Friday from 6pm to midnite.

You can join for 6 minutes, 60 minutes, or 6 hours.

We invite you to join as we pray for the City of Boston, other churches in Boston, our global missionaries, our local missionaries and Park Street Church!

Our theme this week is “Spirit, Open the Eyes of our Hearts

The Schedule and Liturgy for Friday 9/18/2020 is HERE

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