Early Bread Ministry

Food Pantry: To counteract food instability caused by lost employment and other reasons, we maintain a food pantry, frozen meats and fresh eggs when available. Anyone needing assistance may call the office at (910) 763-6222 to make an appointment or come Tuesday and Thursday between 9-12 Noon.

Living Hope ILM:

From 11 AM to 1 PM this street ministry gathers a group of volunteers every Wednesday to take  the love and compassion of Jesus to the homeless on the streets. They  distribute lunches made by several churches. When we sponsor the lunch, we give them sandwiches, hard-boiled eggs, and snack bags. In addition, we provide coffee and other beverages every week and access to the  clothing, toiletries and hygiene items in our Clothing Closet and Food Pantry.

Our Supporters:

Early Bread continues to be a cooperative effort between St Peters, Wesley Memorial United Methodist, Pine Valley Methodist, and several other county churches. These send volunteers to sort clothes, restock the food pantry, deliver food boxes, make sandwiches and snack bags, take our resources to the streets to distribute, and pray for those we encounter as we serve. They also provide financial help, and resources like: travel size toiletry/hygiene items, deodorant, bug spray, sunscreen, clothing, pantry goods, backpacks, tents, sleeping bags, blankets, stocking hats, gloves, coats, towels, and much more.

To Donate:

Any of the items listed above, call the church office at (910) 763-6222.

Online donations can be made by clicking the PayPal Donate button to the left on this screen.

Donations by check can be sent to:

C.E.C. of St Peter the Fisherman
314 South Carolina Ave
Wilmington, NC 28401

In the memo section note: For Early Bread and 100% of your donation will go to this ministry. All donations are tax deductible.

If you want to help, contribute, or just have questions, please contact Father David Hueholt, (910) 515-0765 or the church office (910) 763-6222.

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But God demonstrates

His own love toward us,

in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.

Romans 5:8

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Since 1999, the unconditional love of God was shown to the homeless and needy of our community through a hot breakfast hosted by our church on Sunday mornings. Due to the pandemic, we have had to change our focus and service to this community dramatically.