Serve in the Community

For up-to-date announcements on service opportunities, check out our latest e-newsletter.

Operation Feed the Front!

Our community has been coordinating support for essential workers and communities with food insecurity since the early weeks of the Coronavirus Pandemic in New York. Our response, called Operation Feed the Front, serves the needs of essential workers putting in long hours with little time to procure food as well as individuals and communities with increased food insecurity at this time.

This public health crisis has called for an unusual response utilizing as few volunteers as possible and conforming to strict health standards. Through relationships we are building across Long Island, we are able to safely provide nutritious, high-quality food to thousands of neighbors a week. Members of our community have been assessing needs, raising funds, activating commercial kitchens at closed facilities and coordinating meal delivery in Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Right now, we are supporting hospitals that serve some of poorest New Yorkers as well communities under acute stress due to illness and job loss. As this work continues, we will tailor our efforts in response to emergent needs.

We need contributions to this effort. Donate and learn more by clicking here

Interfaith Nutrition Network

INNcarnation Ministry and St. George’s Church Food Pantry are on hold at this time due to Covid-19. As we gather updated information on these programs we will keep you informed of service opportunities.

The Cathedral of the Incarnation supports The INN (Interfaith Nutrition Network) in service, awareness and fundraising through serving meals at the Mary Brennan INN soup kitchen in Hempstead, collecting toiletry "Easter Baskets" in spring and backpacks and school supplies in the fall; and creating fundraising awareness events benefiting the guests of The INN.

Much in the Christian tradition centers around food: hospitality, the Eucharist, fellowship and feeding those in need. From these traditions, a new Cathedral ministry effort was born.

INNcarnation Ministry and St. George’s Church Food Pantry are on hold at this time due to Covid-19. As we gather updated information on these programs we will keep you informed of service opportunities.

Adopt-a-Family

To see our list of families for 2020, click here. If you would like to sign up to buy gifts for someone on this list, click here.