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St. Andrew Presbyterian Church sees its role as incomplete if its ministries remain only inside the walls of our church. We, as a church, are involved in the following outreaches:

Groton Human Services

We collect food for the Food Locker.

Chunky Soups
Pork & Beans
Canned Fruit
Macaroni & Cheese
Beef Stew
Tuna Fish
Spaghetti Sauce
Instant Potatoes
Pasta/Rice side dishes
Canned Pastas (i.e. Ravioli, Spaghetti-O’s) Canned Meat
Canned Vegetables
Fruit Juice
Shelf Stable Milk

Cash Donations Accepted, Checks Payable to: GROTON FOOD LOCKER, 2 Fort Hill Rd., Groton CT 06340


Meet the Needs

Purpose: Unite Youth and Adults from our local churches/communities to perform free home repairs for veterans, the elderly, less fortunate and/or handicap individuals/families that can’t afford these repairs on their own.

Here’s the link for the Instagram Page:

Link for Facebook Page:

New London Homeless
Hospitality Center (NLHHC)

We collect items of need for the guests at the NLHHC.

See the Anchor (church newsletter under Resources) for more information about ongoing collections.


New London Meal Center

Providing five lunches and six evening meals a week, a small staff is supplemented by volunteers from religious and secular organizations who help prepare some of the items served, greet and serve the guests and clean up so that the space is ready for the next meal.

During the pandemic, the routine has changed. Instead of serving cafeteria style, food is plated in takeout containers and distributed at the door to protect everyone involved.

St Andrew has a strong core of volunteers, but not everyone is available every month. If you are looking for a way to be a part of the mission of St Andrew church, have a couple of hours available on the fourth or (if applicable) fifth Friday of the month and would like a break from “quiet” social isolation; then we have a deal for you. Look for postings in the church announcements or contact Joe Jackson for more information.

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