Zion Episcopal Church, North Branford, CT
Zion Episcopal Church, North Branford, CT

Our Work

The Gospel imperative to feed the hungry, care for refugees, widows and orphans, and love our neighbors is at the heart of the outreach efforts of Zion Episcopal Church.


Zion Episcopal Church organizes clothing and toiletry collections for Loaves and Fishes.  This brings new and gently used clothes to those in need in New Haven.  A group from Zion works at Loaves and Fishes several times a year.


We support Amistad Catholic Worker House in New Haven by making meals each month for their daily guests. We also work with our local food pantry and make weekly collections of canned and boxed food items and toiletries. 

No-cost Community Dinners

Come share a meal and have some fun with friends and neighbors, including those you have not yet met! These are not religious events.



Loaves and Fishes News

Donations for Loaves and Fishes can be dropped off  any Sunday. Loaves and Fishes operates each Saturday. 


We will be accept donations of new or gently used MENS, WOMEN'S, and CHILDREN'S seasonal clothing, white tube socks, new underwear, shoes, and unopened travel size hygiene products. Please do not leave donations outside of the church building. Donations that get wet may need to be thrown out.


Amistad Catholic Worker House

Once per month we make a hot meal and/or bagged lunches for the guests of Amistad Catholic Worker House in New Haven. Amistad serves up to 60 people meals every day.

Food Pantry News

Monetary donations for the Food Pantry of North Branford Food can be made here.  


Food donations may be brought to our worship service any Sunday. There is a basket located at the back of the church for offerings of pasta, rice, canned goods and paper products. We will bring these items to the Food Pantry for distribution.  The Food Pantry is located in the lower level of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Northford. 



We have been involved in many projects over the years, and we invite you to join us.

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