Basic Needs

If you are experiencing a difficult time, Mission Outpost is a soft place to land. Each week, more than 100 volunteers provide food, clothing, linens, toiletries, furniture, and baby supplies to all kinds of people in our community.

Outpost Hours | Eligibility | Directions | Plan Your Visit


Prince of Peace partners with The Salvation Army to provide the following services:

 

Food Shelf – You may receive food from our food shelf one time per month. Our foodshelf will often include dry goods for breakfast, lunch and dinner, breads, fruits and vegetables and meats.

Farmers Market (Partnership with The Salvation Army) – You may receive food from the Farmers Market twice a month. Our Farmers Market is open Thursday afternoons and includes miscellaneous canned goods, deli items, meats, fresh vegetables and produce, bread and pastries.

Clothing Closet – You can receive up to 20 items per family member, per quarter. Your family members must be living in your house.

Furniture – Mission Outpost also has a furniture ministry that provides beds, dressers, table and chairs, sofas and many other items. The furniture is delivered to your home by our volunteers. For more details contact Kim at 952-898-9310 or kharris@popmn.org.

Community Garden –If you are interested in growing fresh produce for yourself and your family, our community garden may be just the right thing for you. You will be responsible for planting, weeding and harvesting a designated plot of land near Mission Outpost. All food grown is for your consumption and cannot be sold for profit. You may want to grow some items to be given away at Mission Outpost. Please contact your host for more details or email outpost@popmn.org.

Dental Clinic – If you are currently experiencing mouth pain, the Mission Outpost Dental Clinic can help. More information…

Financial Assistance – The Salvation Army, provides heat share, rental assistance and other aid.

Seasonal Projects – Back to School (July/August); Coats for Kids (October); Toy Shop (December).


Hours

Visitors arriving within 30 minutes of closing time may receive limited services. We reserve the right to limit the number of guests per shift. Sign in process begins 1 hour prior to the start of each shift.

 

Food Shelf and Clothing Closet

2nd & 4th Sunday: 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Monday: 1:00 – 3:00 pm (child care available noon – 3:00 pm)
Monday: 5:00 – 7:00 pm (child care available)
Tuesday: noon – 2:00 pm
Wednesday: 5:00 – 7:00 pm by Appointment
Thursday: 10:30 am – 12:30 pm (child care available 9:30 am – 12:30 pm)

Farmers Market (Partnership with The Salvation Army)

Thursday:  2:00 – 3:00 pm


Eligibility

  • We request you bring a photo ID for everyone in the family over 18 (driver’s license or copy of one, school ID, passport) the 1st time you register for the current year.
  • We request you bring an ID for everyone in the family 17 and under (SS card, medical card, school ID, birth certificate) the 1st time you register for the current year.
  • After you register the 1st time, we request you bring a photo ID AND a copy of a CURRENT utility bill, medical bill, county mail, etc EVERY time you visit.

Directions


Plan your visit

When you arrive at Mission Outpost, you will sign up and have a seat in our Atrium. When your name is called, you will be invited to sit down and speak with one of our trained volunteers. They will talk through the many opportunities that Mission Outpost provides and most importantly, they will listen to your story. If you so desire, our volunteers will pray with you, too!

You will have the opportunity to visit our clothing closet while your food is being collected. By the time you are done in the clothing closet, your food will be ready and one of our volunteers will help you bring your food and clothing to your car.

A congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America