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Daily Bread Mobile Lunch Program

The Daily Bread Mobile Lunch Program serves a free lunch five days a week at the following locations and times in Waterford:

  1. Church and Dorsey Streets, 1:00–1:10 PM
  2. Dorsey and F Streets, 1:10–1:15 PM
  3. Beard Park, 1:20–1:30 PM
  4. Baker and Hickman Streets, 1:35–1:45 PM
A ministry of First Southern Baptist Church in Waterford, Manna House provides food and clothing to those who need them on the first, third, and fourth Tuesday of every month, from 9:00 to 10:30 AM. Supplies from the Salvation Army are available on the second Wednesday of every month.

Hickman Community Church provides food and limited clothing on Sundays, from 12:00 to 12:45 PM.

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CBC Recommendations

  • Help those in your direct circle of influence—especially those who are at high risk:
    • Ask what you can do to help them feel more comfortable. Consider running errands on their behalf, moving their trash cans in and out, walking their dogs, etc.
    • Consider forming or joining a co-op to help each other with childcare in the face of school closures. If you need help connecting with other moms, please contact the church office at (209) 874–2532.
    • Contact our outreach team at to request a prayer and outreach volunteer to visit with someone who is sick, lonely, or needs comfort.
  • Give to those in need by donating to CBC’s benevolence fund. Donations can be dropped off at the D St. office or made electronically here. Gift cards redeemable at grocery stores are welcome as well.
  • Volunteer to help CBC meet individual needs in our community. To sign up as an outreach partner, email with your thoughts and availability.

Food Drive

In an effort to restock our local food banks, CBC is now welcoming non-perishable food donations. To donate, please be sure to review this list of acceptable items, and simply drop your donations off at the church office between the hours of 10 AM and 2 PM, Monday through Friday.

Face Mask Project

Our medical facilities and nursing homes are having an incredibly hard time stocking face masks during this outbreak. In response, many of our local ladies have volunteered to make home-sown face masks. Medical workers have all been incredibly grateful to receive them!

If you would like someone to drop off material and/or pick up finished masks for distribution, please contact the church at To learn how to create masks, please check out Kaiser Permanente's step-by-step instructions. Happy sewing!

Love Our Cities

Love Our Cities is a regional organization that seeks to help leaders set up and run volunteer days, launch city-wide initiatives, and collaborate with like-minded leaders. It has three main initiatives: Love Our Neighbors, Love Our Schools, and Love ALL Our Kids. If interested in finding unique volunteer opportunities (such as serving at a food pantry), please visit If interested in supporting the needs of local schools, visit And if interested in supporting or opening up your home to children in foster care, visit What wonderful ways to love our neighbors!

Casa de Modesto

One of our local retirement centers, Casa de Modesto is dangerously low on the following supplies:

  • Isolation masks
  • Hand sanitizer (60% or greater alcohol content)
  • Medium and large vinyl gloves
  • Sani-cloth sanitation wipes (or any medical-grade brand)
  • Alcohol pads or bottled rubbing alcohol
  • Isolation gowns
  • Vitamin C (500 miligrams)
  • Calcium (600 miligrams + D3 400 IU)
  • Vitamin D3 (2000 IU)
  • Vitamin D3 (1000 IU)

If you're able to donate any of these items, please contact Casa de Modesto at (209) 529–4950. If you're not, please share about these needs!