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 the 1st, 2nd, and 4th  Saturday morning 8:30 at the New Covenant Presbyterian Church, in Mt. Laurel , 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. 


We also serve the 2nd and 4th Sunday each month at the Sunday Breakfast Mission. We prepare, cook and serve a meal, and do the cleanup afterwards. Time is from 10:00 am to 2:00pm.


Are you interested in volunteering, contact us @ feeding5000@comcast.net

and we will send you some dates for you or your family, friends, group, etc..

could serve with us.



 The New Covenant Presbyterian Church is Located at:

240 Creek Rd.

Mt. Laurel,NJ 08054 

Just Past the Shops of Rancocas Woods




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

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