Feeding 5,000

.                               Our Mission            


To provide assistance to the needy & the homeless.


    This includes but is not limited to

  •  Connecting others to God
  •  Nutrition and Clothing
  •  Connections to Social Services
  •  Resources for breaking addictions
  •  Resources for Shelter
  •  Access to Education and Job training programs
  •  Referrals to facilities for Veterans in need or living on the streets


Have you ever thought about how much you could make a  difference in someone's life by donating your time, talents and treasures to someone in need?



We meet every Saturday morning 8:30 at Fellowship Alliance Chapel's Red Barn in Medford, N.J. to make sandwiches, prepare bags, sort and pack clothing. We leave around 10:15 to deliver the meals, clothing, blankets along with Bibles, Daily Breads, Love, Compassion, Friendship, and Prayers to our Friends. We usually return around 1 pm. 


Contact us @ feeding5000@comcast.net to volunteer.



 The Fellowship Alliance Church (FAC) Red Barn is Located at:

215 Medford- Mt. Holly Rd. (RT. 541)

Medford,NJ 08055  


 Even though Feeding 5,000 is a separate entity from FAC,               they have Blessed us with the use of the Red Barn

each week to do the prep work required for serving others. We are very thankful for this blessing!


Daily Bread Story

It was 40 years ago or more that I observed a friend of mine showing great affection for someone I considered unworthy of love. I thought my friend was being taken in, and I was afraid he would be disillusioned and saddened in the end.

When I expressed my concern, he replied, “When I stand before my Lord, I hope He’ll say of me that I’ve loved too many, rather than too few.” I’ve never forgotten his words.

Paul insists that “[love] believes all things” (1 Cor. 13:7). Love “believes” in people. It can see the potential in them. It believes that God can take the most unattractive and unworthy individual and turn that person into a masterpiece of beauty and grace. If love errs, it must err in the way of trustfulness and hopefulness.

  Matthew 25: 35-36

35 For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat,

I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink,

I was a stranger and you invited me in,

36 I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me,

I was in prison and you came to visit me

Would You Like to Help?

 Tax deductible donations

can be mailed to:

Feeding 5,000

113 Park Ct. East

Medford, NJ 08055


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