Thanksgiving Food Drive
God says to serve the poor. So we do.
We believe that helping those in need is a core part of who we are and who God wants us to be. So we do it in a big, big way at Thanksgiving.
We’ve ordered over 11,000 boxes this year and we’re expecting God to show up through your unprecedented generosity.
We’ll be adding our local meal numbers to those of over 90 other churches and collectively, the Church of Cincinnati will provide well over
the 85,000 meals we provided last year.
We’ll also be sending a record 3 shipping containers of food to our partners in South Africa.
You can be a part of our 19th annual Thanksgiving Food Drive by serving at your home site to:
- Distribute boxes in the Atrium during the weekend services the weekends of November 8-9 and November 15-16.
- Collect boxes in the parking lot during the weekend service the weekend of November 22-23.
To join us at Florence, click here.
To join us at Mason, click here.
To join us at Oakley, click here.
To join us at West Side, click here.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In need of assistance during Thanksgiving? While Crossroads does not have a Thanksgiving
food program that is open to the public (all boxes have already been distributed to pre-designated
churches and charities), we do help host a meal on Thanksgiving Day called Fall Feast and all are
welcome. Doors open at the Duke Energy Center at 5th and Elm Street in downtown Cincinnati at
10am for free services including: a wellness medical clinic including flu shots, vision screening, and
haircuts. Free coats for men, women and children are also available. A fantastic meal accompanied by
live music is served from 11am to 2pm.
Need some turkey love right now? Check out the 2013 recap video.