Christ Lutheran Church
The Meals on Wheels program was started by members of Christ Lutheran Church in 1970 with three clients. The program has since been incorporated under the name of Shenango Valley Meals on Wheels and is still located at Christ Lutheran.
MOW provides nutritious meals for anyone, of any age and any income. The program accepts new clients daily. Clients can have service on a short term or permanent basis.
We deliver five days a week including holidays between 11 am and noon, within a ten mile radius of Christ Lutheran. This service area includes Brookfield, Clark, Charleston, Farrell, Hermitage, Masury, Reynolds, Sharon, Sharpsville, Shenango Township, South Pymatuning Township, Transfer, West Middlesex and Wheatland.
MOW tries to accommodate the diets of our clients. We provide a wide variety of diets including regular diabetic, low salt, salt free, low fat, fat free, low cholesterol, bland, low residue, gluten free and renal. We also try to cater to our clients' personal likes and dislikes. A certified chef prepares the meals.
A hot meal and soup costs $6/day. The hot meal includes meat, potato or pasta, vegetable and a cup of soup. A lunch bag which includes a sandwich, milk, juice, salad or fruit and a dessert, costs an additional $2/day. Only a bag is $3. Meals can be ordered for any number of days each week. Weekend meals are delivered on Friday.
Shenago Vallely Meals on Wheels is a stand alone, non-profit organization (501(c)(3)) and does not receive any federal, state or local funding. The program depends on client payments and donations by others.
This organization is an equal opportunity provider.
The Emergency Food Pantry at Christ Lutheran Church first opened its doors in 1981 and has evolved since that time. Individuals and families are supported with groceries and hygiene products.
The pantry is a member of the Community Food Warehouse of Mercer County that is located in Sharon. Food is purchased from the Warehouse, while purchases at retail stores provide food not available from the Warehouse. Our income for the pantry comes from our congregation, while physical donations come from the congregation, businesses, and organizations. All of our staff are volunteers. Donations and Volunteers are always welcome.
Contact the pantry through CLC's office at
Hours of Operation
Days: Thursdays except for holidays
Hours: 9 am - 11 am
The pantry is accessible through the double red doors at
the back of the church.
1) Photo identification
2) Second ID (i.e. Access card, utility bill, veteran's ID
3) Complete Pennsylvania's "Self Declaration of Need"
4) Registration is for one 12-month period. There is
a 24-month waiting period before being eligible to
5) The three tickets issued are valid for 12 months.
THIS INSTITUTION IS AN
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER.