There are a variety way to help during this crisis.
Contact Laurie Brown at laurie@csmsg.org. to learn more.



CSMSG’s Hunger Ministry distributes food to more than 22,000 hungry people each year through local food pantries. 

Food Collection for The Last Days Apostolic Church

  • Peanut butter, Jelly, Canned stews, Canned meats/fish, Soup
  • Kid friendly snacks, Cereal, Mayonnaise, Mustard, Ketchup
  • Ramen noodles, Rice (White/Brown/Mixes), Pasta & Pasta Sauce,
  • Canned Vegetables (Peas, Corn, Green Beans, Baked Beans, Mixed Vegetables), Tomato Products
  • Toilet paper, Paper towels, Sanitizing items, Plastic wrap, Soap, Dish & laundry soap
Please separate food items from nonfood items.
Drop off donations at The Church of St. Michael & St. George on the Ellenwood side on Sundays from 4:00-4:30 PM.  Place in vehicles with open trunks.
Please wear masks and observe social distancing.
If you plan to bring donations, please call or text Becky Zaccarello (314.494.0788) so enough transport vehicles can be available.
  • Drivers must be over 21 and must not have a compromised immune system
  • Wearing of mask and six-foot distancing is expected.
  • Vehicles and drivers must be at Church on Sunday from 4:00-4:30 PM (Ellenwood side) with trunk open to accept donations.
  • Donors will place items in your vehicle.
  • Since it is unknown how many donations will be dropped off, your vehicle may not be needed. You may be asked to be a standby driver.
  •  You will deliver donations to Melvin Theater  (2912 Chippewa, St. Louis MO 63118) on Sunday after collecting donations. This location has the space for the church to organize the food for pickup by the recipients.
  • Stay in your vehicle when you get to Melvin Theater. Someone will unload the items when you get there.
Wish to be a driver? Contact Alison Wiedle at arwiedle@sbcglobal.net or 314.307.8300 or text same number.

CSMSG’s Hunger Ministry distributes food to more than 22,000 hungry people each year through local food pantries. Hunger Ministry volunteers prepare meals to be distributed to those struggling to meet their nutrition needs in the surrounding St. Louis community.

Take canned and boxed food to Trinity Episcopal Church.

  • Contact Rev. Barbi at barbi@trinitycwe.org or (817) 312-4430 to tell her you are coming.  She is there on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
    Trinity Episcopal Church
    600 N. Euclid Ave.
    St. Louis MO 63108
  • Send canned and boxed food via Amazon to Trinity Episcopal Church.
    Trinity Episcopal Church Food Pantry
    600 N. Euclid Ave.
    St. Louis MO 63108
  •  Send a monetary contribution to the Trinity Food Ministry
    Trinity Episcopal Church
    600 N. Euclid Ave.
    St. Louis MO 63108
  • Send a monetary contribution to Operation Food Search (Online or send a check) Operation Food Search
    1644 Lotsie Blvd.
    St. Louis MO 63132
    Give gift cards to families who are in need

Can You Help Make Masks?

The women of St. Francis in Eureka, MO have received a request to sew COVID-19 masks for St. Luke’s Hospital in Chesterfield, MO and are asking for help in meeting this request. The need is great and we know we can count on the good people of the Episcopal Diocese to help. The volunteer coordinator at St. Luke’s stated they will need 5,000 masks per day within the next couple of weeks. More info

The Transition Center of St. Louis is in need of masks if you can help please contact Director of Children’s Education, Mary Beth Tipton at mtipton@csmsg.org.

Make Birthday Cards for ECM

Episcopal City Mission/Kids in Detention volunteers are not able to host birthday parties at the St. Louis County Detention Center but will supply the center with items needed to recognize birthdays, including pizza and birthday cake. All parishioners are invited to make cards with an uplifting bible verse or simple birthday message for youth celebrating birthdays. Please leave cards in the container marked “Birthday Cards for ECM” located underneath the bench in the Page Garden on the north side of the church.