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Kroger Community Rewards
Kroger has a long history of bringing help and hope to the communities they serve. Did you know that you can help St. Jude Parish simply by purchasing the groceries you already do?
Enroll your Kroger Plus Rewards card and select:
• Organization: St. Jude Catholic Church
• Organization Number: 83828
To enroll, simply go to https://www.kroger.com/communityrewards and create your account.
For assistance with enrollment, please contact us.
A week before my appointment to St. Jude someone gave me a prayer card with the following prayer:
Prayer to St. Jude for Tomorrow
St. Jude, you are with me in all that is new. May your path of hope be mine in the days ahead. I promise in faith to share your hope with others, to forgive as I am forgiven by my Father in heaven, and to show sympathy and kindness at every opportunity. Guide me, St. Jude, so that I will begin each new day with gratitude on my lips, with truth on my mind, and with hope in my heart. Challenge me, St. Jude, so that I will end each day reflecting on my actions and motivations so that I will grow in faith, love, and hope.
We are always in need of jelly, soup, tuna, canned chicken, spaghetti sauce, spaghetti noodles and cereal. If you are out shopping and find a sale on any of these items why not pick up a few for the pantry?
“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.” -Matthew 25:35
If you want to donate food to the pantry please bring it during pantry hours Monday & Thursday from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm or call the parish office at (313) 527-0380 to make arrangements for another time.
If you would like to make a monetary donation, please send checks to St. Jude Parish at 15889 E. Seven Mile Rd., Detroit, MI 48205.
Our pantry hours are: Monday’s and Thursday’s at 11:30 am until 1:30 pm. We serve the first 30 families. You must live in zip codes 48205, 48224, or 48225 and have ID for yourself and anyone living in your household. You need a license or state id for yourself.
If you receive food stamps, the letter from the Department of Human Services will work for identification of household members.
If you do not receive food stamps and have children, please bring birth certificates for children under 5, and report cards with your address on it for children over 5.