The All Saints Soup Kitchen & Food Pantry has permanently suspended operations at the Fort St. location.
“For the kingdom of God is not food and drink but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit. The one who thus serves Christ is acceptable to God and has human approval.” -Romans 14:17-18
The Mercy Pantry located at 8642 Woodward Ave., inside the Center for the Works of Mercy building is now open by appointment.
Click here to view or download the new food pantry flyer.
Donate to this food pantry today.
About All Saints Food Pantry
Partnering with volunteers from Catholic parishes and other organizations, this ministry has continuously served our community for more than 20 years and isn’t stopping now!
Thanks to our generous donors and volunteers, the food pantry is ready to serve our neighbors in 2021 from our new location at the Center for the Works of Mercy in Detroit!
We look forward to an All Saints Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry revival – and the planning is in the works!
Mercy Pantry Hours and Contact Information
The Mercy Pantry is open two days each week providing perishable and non-perishable food items including boxed, canned, packaged, refrigerated, and frozen items. Click here to download or print the current flyer.
Location: 8642 Woodward Ave., in Detroit
Phone: 313-335-3261 (then push 3 to be routed to the pantry)
Food Pantry Hours:
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
By appointment only and we will serve eligible residents of zip codes 48202 & 48203
Call 313-335-3261 and press 3 to make an appointment.
- A valid ID (MI State ID, driver’s license, health insurance card, etc.) and proof of address are required for each family member for whom food is requested.
- Must be enrolled in one of the following- TANF, SNAP, SSI, WIC, Medicare/Medicaid, or Household income that does not exceed income eligibility guidelines (185% of federal guidelines)
The All Saints Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry thanks Bank of America for its support of our work. Because of generous donors like them, All Saints served more than 16,000 hot lunches and enough groceries to cover more than 183,000 meals for thousands of hungry people in southwest Detroit.