Outreach / Social Ministry


Click here to watch the Food Pantry video (April 2016)



Meals and Food Banks in Kootenai County

Click here for a list of meal offerings and food bank locations in Kootenai County.



Soup Kitchen (at St. Pius X)

Volunteer to help with the preparation and serving of a meal every Friday for those in need in our community.  Preparation begins mid-day and finishes with a meal served later in the afternoon.



Ecumenical Soup Kitchen (at First Presbyterian Church)

Provide food and service for the Ecumenical Food Kitchen on a rotating basis with other churches.  The sign-up for food donations is after our mass in the Hospitality Room.



NOSDA (No One Shall Die Alone)

Approximately fifty percent of the residents in nursing homes and home settings either die alone or with only a few family members present.  In order to assist those in the Coeur d'Alene area who find themselves in this situation a service to the dying known as NOSDA or No One Shall Die Alone was established.  This is an interfaith group of volunteers who donate their time by providing companionship to those who are dying without the presence of family or friends.  Click to read more about NOSDA


If you would like our assistance or if you feel the calling to volunteer, please contact Chuck Finan 208-659-0186, Pat Connell 208-772-2559, Jane Nelson 208-772-1413, or Jo Moses 208-868-6716.



Funeral Dinners

When requested, help with a luncheon and hospitality for family after funeral in the Hospitality Room.  Volunteers coordinate food preparation, serve, and clean-up the meal.



Food Pantry (at St. Pius X)

Groceries from the food collection are sorted and distributed to people who come to the parish seeking assistance.  Volunteers sort and package food products as needed for distribution.



Outreach Commission

Supports the Outreach Program by collecting and distributing limited clothing, personal care items, and school supplies prior to the commencement of school. 


Contact Gayle Harvey 208-930-4652