WE ARE BLESSED TO BE ABLE TO SERVE THE STERLING VIRGINIA COMMUNITY
MATTHEW 25:35NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION
"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..."
MANNA FROM HEAVEN FOOD PANTRY & OUTREACH
Manna from Heaven is a 501(c) non-profit organization, an initiative of First Baptist Church of Sterling Virginia. Our purpose is to create an outreach-focused environment that exists to reach out with compassion and love to individuals in care facilities, private homes, prisons, and our community.
Alleviating economic, educational, and food insecurities for those in need throughout Northern Virginia through a collaborative network of local, state, regional, private and non-profit partners.
Service - Treating every person in need with dignity and respect
Integrity - Always doing the right thing right
Kindness - Being generous, caring and compassionate towards others
Commitment - Dedicating ourselves to the well-being of those we serve
Community - Partnering to serve and support Northern VA citizens in need
Collaboration - Listening and evolving together, helping and supporting each other for the sake of a collective goal
4TH SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH
No one should go hungry at night. Once a month we offer a drive thru grocery box pick-up for our local Sterling Community. Sign up in advanced by clicking on the button below so we know you're coming and what your needs are.
FREE BOX OF FOOD
DRIVE - THRU GROCERY PICK UP
CARING FOR COMMUNITY THROUGH OUR FOOD PANTRY SERVICES
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CARING FOR COMMUNITY
Manna from Heaven came into fruition in 2020 using the principles of this Scripture under the leadership of, Bishop Leslie Patterson and Dr. Francene V. Patterson.
"For I was hungered, and ye gave me meat:. I was thirsty, and you gave me drink: I was a stranger, and you took me in. Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison and ye came unto me."
Following this example and the teaching of Jesus, we not only come "hands and feet" of Jesus, but seeking to meet the real needs, and showing God's love to all those amongst us. These words of Jesus are a call to concentrate action. These verses of the gospel lead us to the very heart of Jesus Christ's ministry, teaching us to recognize people who are in need.