The Food Pantry is a subsidiary of the Rehoboth Church of God. It is located at 344 Blue Hills Avenue in Hartford, CT. Our goal is to minister to the physical man by supplying food and clothing to the men, women and children of our community who are in need. Clients are required to complete an application prior to receiving any services from the pantry. We have workers on site to help stock and organize the food pantry and package food orders for crisis clients. Clothing donations that are received are sorted through by the workers. The workers also make grocery deliveries to elderly who are physically unable to come to the food pantry. Our workers have both patience and positive attitudes as they serve. The order of operation is as follows: Thursdays 3:30 PM – 6:30 PM,and the last Tuesday and Saturday of every month 10:30 – 12:30PM.

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• Rev. Elsa Smith


  • Thursdays 3:30 PM – 6:30 PM
  • The last Tuesday and Saturday of every month 10:30 – 12:30PM

344 Blue Hills Ave, Hartford, CT 06112

For information please call 860-243-9787. Please call during the pantry hours.


The Food Kitchen is also a program that we cherish. The Rehoboth Church of God so graciously partners with The United Methodist Church in Bloomfield, CT. We come together the 3rd Saturday of every month. We prepare a fresh meal for families and individuals alike who are in need. Workers are on site to help prepare as well as serve the food. We make sure that the clients are satisfied and well fed. Workers set up at the beginning of the day and clean up at the end of the day. The hours are from 8:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. (3rd Saturdays).


• Sis. Fay Henry


Matthew 25:40 – …Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit –Matt 28:19.


The Prison Ministry of Rehoboth Church of God endeavors to contribute to the spiritual and relational advancement of those who are incarcerated, by providing monthly worship services and weekly bible studies. These programs are designed to help develop biblical enrichment which will lead to spiritual guidance aiding them to overcome personal obstacles and limitations.

We invite you to join us in ministering to the needs of those behind prison bars. We strive to remind men that God loves them and eternal life is a gift ready and available to them.


• Bishop Norris Brown


The Evangelism Ministry’s purpose and passion is to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ (Matthew 28) by reaching out to our community at large and winning souls to Christ. This ministry speaks fully to the Spiritual man. More specifically, our goal is to utilize the many spiritual gifts found among our laity for the purpose of seeking out, ministering to and bringing men and women of our community and beyond into the fold. We seek to exalt God through our ministry and to edify and equip the spiritual lay people with effective strategies as we pursue the advancement of the Kingdom of God and as a result, changed lives.


• Reverends Fitzroy & Elaine Rowe



Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit –Matt 28:19.