Donate to March food drive

We’re beginning a month-long food drive to collect food and money for the Department of Indian Work food shelf. Interfaith Action in St. Paul runs this year-round program.

Your donations to the Generous Spirit Food Drive through the end of March will directly benefit hungry people. Donations to this drive also helps determine the amount of the incentive grants the food shelf receives from Minnesota FoodShare. The incentives are based on the total weight of food received along with dollars received.

High-priority items include dry and canned goods and personal care items. Read more

Place food donations in the bins in the church lobby. To donate money, write a check payable to Interfaith Action with “Food Drive” in the memo line and put in the collection plate. You can also give online at


Food shelf facts

  • Adults, children and seniors made more than 3 million visits to Minnesota food shelves in 2015. That’s almost 9,000 people per day seeking food assistance.
  • At the Department of Indian Work, 2,141 people visited the food shelf last year and 69,095 pounds of food were distributed.
  • Last March, together with area faith communities and individual donors, Interfaith Action collected 3,869 pounds of food and raised $14,028 in donations.

More hunger facts

Food shelf high-priority needs

These are the high-priority needs for the March 2018 Generous Spirit Food Drive. These items will be distributed to clients of the Department of Indian Work at Interfaith Action, St. Paul.

Dry goods: white rice, brown rice, wild rice, navy beans, pinto beans, crackers, pancake mix, flour, baking powder, yeast, sugar, baking soda, iodized salt, macaroni, spaghetti, macaroni & cheese, instant potatoes, dry onion and chicken noodle soup mixes, unflavored oatmeal, Cream of Wheat, breakfast cereals, artificial sweetener, sugar-free items for diabetics

Canned & bottled goods: navy beans, pinto beans, baked beans, spaghetti sauce, vegetable oil, syrup, canned tuna, chicken, spam, ham, corned beef and beef stew, stewed, diced, whole and puree tomatoes, applesauce, orange, apple, cranberry, pineapple and tomato juice, peanut butter, jam

Personal care & household items: toilet paper, feminine hygiene products, soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrushes

Holy Week at Falcon Heights Church





Palm Sunday, March 25

  • 9:30 a.m.: Our First Hour faith formation time will bring kids and adults together to visit the Stations of the Cross in our sanctuary and work on a service project in our Gathering Room.
  • 10:30 a.m.: Weather permitting, we’ll gather outside the church to begin the Palm Sunday processional. (If nature is uncooperative, we’ll start in the Court in our education wing.)

Maundy Thursday, March 29

  • Service of Tenebrae, 7 p.m., with spoken Passion and special music.

Good Friday, March 30

  • The Sanctuary will be open from noon to 3 p.m. for individual reflection.

Easter Sunday, April 1

  • 9:15 a.m.: Easter Breakfast, supporting our youth mission work.
  • 10:30 a.m.: Worship, “Risking Resurrection,” with Holy Communion, choir and brass.

High school youth winter event

High school youth, come spend a weekend of self-exploration and community connection at Luther Crest Camp in Alexandria March 9-11.

The theme of the 2018 Winter High School Youth Event is “Becoming Yourself: 6 Qualities for Spiritual and Personal Formation.” You’ll find opportunities to connect with God through scripture readings, music making, videos and art. This event is open to youth in grades 9-12, confirmation groups and adult leaders.

Leading the event are:

  • Pastor Sheri Nelson from First Congregational UCC in New York Mills
  • Minnesota singer, songwriter and worship leader Hans Peterson

Learn more and register

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