Kinsmen Lutheran Church has partnered with local nonprofit Bridging for Tomorrow to serve as a Houston Food Bank distribution site starting Aug. 1.

A mobile food truck will be located in the church’s parking lot at 12100 Champion Forest Drive, Houston, and will operate every first and third Saturday of the month from 8-11 a.m.

According to a July 29 news release, identification is not required and recipients will be able to remain in their cars as food will be distributed through curbside pickup.

“When the opportunity presented for us to serve as a mobile food distribution site, the immediate answer was yes," said Lynnae Schatz, Director of Congregational Life at the church, in a statement. “Kinsmen Lutheran Church is in the community for good. Serving as a mobile food distribution site is just another way for us to serve the community—literally and spiritually.”

For questions or further information, contact Schatz by phone at 281-444-3127, ext. 143, or via email at [email protected] For a map of other Houston Food Bank partners, click here.