Updated on 12.16.20
Hours of Operation & Safety Protocols

We are open Saturdays from 8:00-10:30am for both new and returning clients and Sundays for our church family from 8:30-9:00am and 10:15-10:45am. At this time, we are inviting clients to shop inside in small groups, with masks and hand washing required. Please note only one adult per household will be permitted to shop. Shopping will be time-limited in order to permit 6 feet of distancing. Our final group of shoppers will enter by 10:10am. We strongly encourage clients to come at their earliest available time, remembering that we open at 8am. We will continue to fill custom orders for clients who prefer not to shop inside and in cases where we are at capacity for inside shopping. Please check this message for updates as the situation changes. Thank you.


We continue to welcome non-perishable food donations on weekdays during South’s office hours. We cannot accept donations on weekends at this time. Thank you!

Donation Shopping List

South Fellowship Food Bank

The Food Bank provides a hand-up to those in transition and need through limited food and resources. We serve people within our church family as well as the surrounding community.

Most of our food is donated from local grocery stores when damaged or near its expiration date. We set out the best we receive for clients to choose from. We often have a wide selection of fresh produce, as well as dairy, deli products, eggs, meat, and bread. Clients also receive non-perishables.



We are located in the northeast corner of the church building (6560 S. Broadway) with parking off of E. Panama Drive. Our TEMPORARY service hours are 8:00-10:30am for both new and returning clients. Clients must check-in by 10:10am for service and a valid ID is required at each visit. We serve Englewood, Littleton, Highlands Ranch, and Centennial. We welcome clients up to three Saturdays per month.

If your needs are beyond food, please call South’s office at 303-797-1500 to speak with our Benevolence Team. We also recommend Love, Inc. as an incredible local resource.

Additional Food Bank and Meal Resources


Our Food Bank thrives because many volunteers pitch in with what they’re good at and work together with an attitude of gratitude. If you’d like to join our team, please email us.

To help financially, you can donate money or drop off non-perishable food donations (we love peanut butter, tuna, canned soup, cereal, ground coffee, and toilet paper).

You can also give by shopping at King Soopers or City Market. Log onto kingsoopers.com or citymarket.com, visit “Community Rewards,” search “South Fellowship Church,” and enroll! By doing this, 5% of your purchases will automatically be donated to the Food Bank.