Local Food Pantries & Markets

Local Free Meals for Those Seeking Assistance

Please call ahead for details and/or possible restrictions. 

Monday Meals
9 am Coffee and Danish, The Salvation Army, Newburyport
11 am Lunch, Greek Orthodox Church, Newburyport
5–6 pm Dinner, St. Paul’s Church, Newburyport

Tuesday Meals
9 am Coffee and Danish, The Salvation Army, Newburyport
11 am–12:30 pm Lunch, St. Paul’s Church, Newburyport
5 pm Dinner, Immaculate Conception Church, Newburyport

Wednesday Meals
9 am Coffee and Danish, The Salvation Army, Newburyport
11 am Lunch, The Salvation Army, Newburyport
4–6 pm, Main Street Congregational Church, Amesbury

Thursday Meals
9 am Coffee and Danish, The Salvation Army, Newburyport
5 pm Dinner, The Salvation Army, Newburyport

Friday Meals
9 am Coffee and Danish, The Salvation Army, Newburyport
11 am–12:30 pm Lunch, St. Paul’s Church, Newburyport

Saturday Meals
8–10 am Breakfast, Central Congregational Church, Nbpt. Dinner Delivery for Pettengill Clients (once/month)

Food Pantries/Markets for Those Seeking Assistance

Monday Markets
1–4 pm The Salvation Army, Newburyport
9–11 am every other Monday, West Newbury Food Pantry

Tuesday Markets
9 am–3:30 pm Community Action, Amesbury
9 am–2 pm Pettengill House, Salisbury
10 am–noon Rowley Food Pantry
11 am–2 pm 2nd Tuesday of month The Salvation Army
4–6 pm Pettengill House, Salisbury

Wednesday Markets
10 am–4 pm The Salvation Army, Newburyport
12–3 pm Our Neighbors Table, Amesbury

Thursday Markets
11 am–6 pm Community Action, Amesbury
1–5 pm The Salvation Army, Newburyport
3–6 pm Our Neighbors Table, Amesbury
5:30–7:00 pm Rowley Food Pantry

Friday Markets
9 am–noon Our Neighbors Table, Amesbury
3–5 pm First Parish Community Pantry

Saturday Markets
9 am–noon Our Neighbors Table, Amesbury
9:30–10:30 am 1st and 3rd Saturdays, Merrimac Mobile Food Pantry

Locations & Residency Requirements of Local Meals and Pantries/Markets

Central Congregational Church
14 Titcomb Street, 978-465-0533, (All welcome)

Community Action Pantry
44a Friend Street, Amesbury, 978-388-2570
(Twice monthly for residents of Amesbury, Salisbury, Newburyport, Newbury, West Newbury, Merrimac)

Community Service of Newburyport
31 Green Street, Newburyport, 978-462-7562, (Moving Feb 1, 2018 to St Paul’s Church, Summer Street entrance)
(Once monthly for couples and singles; twice monthly for families residing in Newburyport, Newbury, West Newbury)

First Parish Community Food Pantry
20 High Road, Newbury, (All welcome-no ID required)

Greek Orthodox Church
7 Harris Street, 978-465-5757, (All welcome)

Immaculate Conception Church
1 Washington Street, Newburyport, 978-465-7780, (All welcome)

Main Street Congregational Church
145 Main Street, Amesbury, (All welcome)

Merrimac Mobile Food Pantry
Senior Center, 100 East Main Street, Merrimac, (Merrimac residents only)

Our Neighbors’ Table Market
194 Main Street, Amesbury, 978-388-1907. Emergency food: 978-835-3016
(Once weekly for residents of Amesbury, South Hampton, Newburyport, Salisbury, Newbury, West Newbury, Merrimac, Groveland, Rowley, Georgetown, Boxford)

Pettengill House
13 Lafayette Road, 978-463-8801 (also for emergency food during business hours)
(Brief intake interview required. Twice monthly for residents of Amesbury, Newbury, Merrimac, Groveland, Newburyport, West Newbury, Salisbury, Rowley. Sign up for Saturday meal delivery one night per month.)

Rowley Food Pantry
153 Main Street, Rowley, (basement of Pastor’s house – rear door), 978-238-6264, (All welcome)

St Paul’s Church
166 High Street, Newburyport, 978-465-5351, (All welcome)

The Salvation Army
40 Water Street, Newburyport, 978-465-0883
(Twice monthly for residents of Newburyport, Newbury, West Newbury, Amesbury, Salisbury. Once monthly for residents of other MA Seacoast towns.)

West Newbury Food Pantry
381 Main Street, West Newbury, 978-363-1104, (All welcome) 

- Updated 12/2017