2020 Free Community Thanksgiving Meal

StoneBridge Church will be providing a Free Community Thanksgiving Meal on Thursday, November 28. 

Due to COVID-19 precautions we will not be hosting Dine-in Meals, but we will be having Drive-Thru and Delivery within the Findlay City Limits. 

Thanksgiving Volunteers

Here's your chance to get involved in the annual Thanksgiving Community Dinner! Come and be a part of this amazing event on Wednesday, November 25 or Thursday, November 26 (Thanksgiving Day). We have many opportunities for individuals, families, and groups to show their dedication to our community.


Food Donations

If you are unable to serve, you can still support the meal by donating needed items. 

PIES, ROLLS, & TURKEYS can be registered by clicking here. Please register so that we can accurately count what items will be needed. 

Please bring your PIES to the church on Tuesday, November 24 between 9am and 6pm

Non-perishable items can be brought to StoneBridge Church any time the office is open. Office hours are 9am-3pm Monday-Thursday.

Thanksgiving Wish List

80 — 15-18lb Tom Turkeys

99 — 101oz cans of Green Beans

99 — 101oz cans of Yams

60 — Traditional Flavored Stuffing (31.1oz bags)

40 — Potato Pearls with butter and skins (57 oz box)

50  Canned Turkey Gravy (50 oz)

75 Turkey Oven Bags

2500 — Dinner Rolls

2 Boxes each: S, M,L, XL Gloves  (Latex -Free, Powder-Free)


Baking Supplies:

       10 lbs - White Sugar

       150 lbs - Butter Sticks

       5 gallons - Milk


Thank you for all of your generous donations!

Financial Donations

Financial support of the Thanksgiving Meal is greatly appreciated.  All funds are tax-deductible and will provide food and resources for the meal.

Give Here

The 2020 Thanksgiving Meal was been supported and partially funded by:

Buffalo Wild Wings, County Electric, Dietsch Bros., Findlay Implement Co., First Federal Bank, Hancock-Wood Electric, Lee's Chicken, McDonalds, Millstream Cafe, SHC Entertainment & Technology, and the congregations of Parkview Church and  StoneBridge Church.