17 Churches

Of The Cumberland County United Methodist Parish



Food Pantry

Jesus said, "Feed my sheep"

John 21, 17 (NIV)

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Burkesville First United Methodist Church renovated the sanctuary and then built a new fellowship hall.

Red Banks

Red Banks United Methodist Church built a new sanctuary during 2007.

ER Ministries

ER Ministries repairs homes and God touches lives during our summer mission outreach projects Come Join Us!

Zimbabwe Trip

Brothers Tom Wilson lead a mission trip to Zimbabwe in February 2014 enabling ministers and establishing new churches in the country.

Youth Rallies

Non-denominational youth gatherings are a monthly happening in Cumberland County. Youth meet for fellowship and worship at different area churches.

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Cumberland County, Burkesville, KY 42717

  • Come Join Us Sunday at any of our 16 United Methodist Churches!
  • Cumberland County is located in South Central Kentucky...
  • Between Lake Cumberland and Dale Hollow Lake.
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Feed My Sheep Food Pantry Information


Mission Statement:  The Feed My Sheep Food Pantry is a Christian Organization dedicated to providing free food items to persons struggling with economic crisis.  The food pantry is funded entirely by donations from churches, private individuals, commercial organizations, and civic groups.  The Feed My Sheep Food Pantry is staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers.


Operating Hours:
Tuesday:  10:00 AM to Noon

Families served must meet the same criteria
used by the federal food stamp distribution program.

FMSFP Statistics

Average Families Served Weekly:  150 families
Number of Volunteers:                    15+

If you or your organization wish to volunteer or contribute financially to this worthwhile county-wide mission, contact Karen at 270-459-2240.

Feed My Sheep Food Pantry
118 S Main St

Burkesville, Kentucky

The current facility is provided by the
Burkesville Housing Authority.

Food Sources:

The majority of the food distributed by FMSFP is purchased in bulk from Feeding America.  Feeding America operates as a central clearing-house for collecting and distributing food and grocery products that might otherwise be wasted. The food bank solicits and receives both new and manufactured excess food that is otherwise fully edible food from the food industry such as manufacturers, distributors, warehouse and storage operations, grocery chains, or from individual donors. It also benefits from being a member of the Feeding America network of food banks, which solicits food and grocery products in large quantities from national manufacturers and distributes these goods among nearly 200 regional food banks in the United States.

FMSFP also receives non-perishable commercially prepared canned goods and other foods via local congregation food drives.

Local growers are encouraged to "plant an extra row" during the growing season to provide fresh vegetables to the patrons of FMSFP.

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Monthly "Uprising Youth Rallies". Check back to this webpage for the date and location of each event -- non-denominational.

The Cumberland County Ministerial Associate sponsors Christmas Food Baskets to those in need each season. Be prayerful and support this ministry.

Each summer for 2-3 days in mid-June, ER Ministries will be repairing homes and God will be changing lives. Come Join Us! Click here to learn more.