St. Mary's Episcopal Church


1836 East Main Street, Mohegan Lake, NY 10547


"God never meant us to go it alone" - Mother Claire
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Food Pantry
The mission of The Community Food Pantry is to provide emergency and supplemental food to families or individuals who live in the Mohegan Lake and greater Yorktown-Cortlandt area. In addition, The Food Pantry seeks to provide nutritional, health, educational/employment opportunities, food stamp eligibility and referral information to facilitate our guests in moving beyond the need for emergency/supplemental food. The Community Food Pantry advocates for issues that impact the hungry and the homeless in our country.

The community food pantry based at St. Maryís is open to any community member who wishes to volunteer or who needs help. Services are provided to those who have need. Leadership of the food pantry is an interfaith and community based venture.

Volunteers are always welcome for set-up from 8 to 9:30 on Saturday mornings, and then supplementary food is provided for those in need from 10 to 11 on Saturdays. Emergency food is available through the parish office during office hours.

Contact Terry Berardi with any questions, comments, or corrections at stmarysmlfoodpantry@yahoo.com

Midnight Run
Volunteers meet on the first Saturday of each month to make gourmet lunches that are taken to the homeless in New York City. No skill required – just a willingness to help people in need. Helpers need not be members of the parish to pitch in. Volunteer box lunch preparers should show up at ll in the morning.

Contact  Barry Tucker with any questions, comments, or corrections.

Alcoholics Anonymous
St. Mary's host three AA meetings a week, including a beginners and a women's meeting.

Operation Christmas Child
An annual gathering of gift boxes filled with practical and whimsical gifts that are are given around the world to needy children.

Alternative Gift Cards
The purchase of a card in the amount of $20 will buy a bag of groceries in the name of someone will help support the Food Pantry in its mission to help our friends and neighbors in need.  A choice of six different holiday designs including Chanukah are available as well as all occasion cards and in memoriam cards.  To purchase cards any time, contact the church office during office hours, Saturday mornings during CFP distribution, Sundays during coffee hour, or contact the Community Food Pantry by phone 914-528-3972 or e-mail stmarysmlfoodpantry@yahoo.com

The Episcopal Fund for Relief and Development
This is supported by St. Mary's and is the national Episcopal Church of the USA outreach to areas of need around the world.

Carpenter's Kids News

We want to send our check to the Diocese for the Carpenter's Kids Program. We will send our first year's support check in September. If you have not paid the $50.00 for this first year, please do so and make the check payable to St. Mary's. Your contribution will be reflected in your annual pledge/giving receipt.  Contact Alyssa Attansio if you want to support this or have any questions.

Compassion International
Sponsor a child for $28.00 a month and provide food, clothing, and education.  Correspondence and encouragement for your child are central to the program.

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