Food Ministry

Lighthouse Christian Ministries serves the hungry in the community both through our Food Pantry and Mobile Food Fairs.  Families living in Bacliff, San Leon, or Kemah can receive food from LCM’s food pantry four times in a calendar year.  Please bring a photo ID and proof of residence with you when visiting the food pantry.  

Food Pantry

The food pantry is open to residents in the upper Galveston Bay area that are facing food crisis.  

LCM’s Food Pantry hours :

Monday & Tuesday 10:00am-2:00pm

Wednesday & Thursday 1:00pm-4:30pm

Closed Friday

Mobile Food Fairs

LCM hosts Mobile Food Distributions in cooperation with Galveston County Food Bank twice a month:

2nd Tuesday of the month at Bayshore Park at 8am

4th Saturday of the month at K.E. Little Elementary School at 8am

Help stock LCM’s pantry by hosting a food drive!  Individuals, churches, service organizations, and companies can partner with LCM to host a food drive.  Food drives are essential to keeping LCM’s pantry open for our community.  For more information about hosting a food drive contact 

Shopping List

ongoing list of items needed in LCM’s pantry
  • Peanut Butter
  • Jelly
  • Canned meats (SPAM, vienna sausage, tuna, chicken, etc.)
  • Canned chilis or pasta meals (Chef Boyardee, etc.)
  • Boxed instant meals (Hamburger Helper, etc.)
  • Dried rice
  • Dried or canned beans
  • Shelf stable milk
  • Cereal
  • Toiletry items (toothpaste, deodorant, etc.)
"Soon after my 10 month old daughter and I moved to Texas to live with family, I came to Lighthouse Christian Ministries and was helped with food for myself, formula for my daughter, diapers, wipes, and even some very cute clothes. I soon realized the family situation I moved into was not a safe place for me to raise my daughter. There was a time when I lacked transportation for two weeks. LCM noticed that I had stopped coming. After learning of our situation, they had food delivered to us.
I am doing well now. I have a job and a safe place to live. When I first moved here, I was scared and I was 600 miles from the place where I grew up. Because of LCMs help and that of my friends, I am moving forward. I would like to pay it forward by donating some unopened formula and baby clothes to help other moms in our community."
Kayla's Story