Mechanicsville Churches Emergency Functions
    Helping families in Mechanicsville with essential bills,
food, and clothing so they can stay in their homes, keep
their utilities on, and have food on their tables.


     Churches in the Mechanicsville area of Hanover County, VA work together to provide for the needs of our community.  Services include: financial assistance, food, clothing, and the Senior Rides Program.

"By working together we multiply our resources!"


Non-perishable food + fresh vegetables when in season + breads

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Residents of Mechanicsville may come to the pantry to
supplement their food supply once during each month.

Monday 9:30 am – 11 am
Tuesday and Thursday Mornings: 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Tuesday and Thursday Evenings: 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Located in  the brown barn shed behind the
Episcopal Church of the Creator. 7159 Mechanicsville Turnpike
[The church is across from Mexico Restaurant on Rt. 360 / beside Shoney’s.]

MCEF Annual Golf Tournament
CLICK PICTURE FOR DETAILS about this annual event each Spring.

Did you miss the 2014 MCEF Golf Tourney?  Plan to sign up next Spring for the annual MCEF Golf Tournament that benefits the Mechanicsville Churches Emergency Functions. 

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INFANT CLOTHING & EQUIPMENT         CHILDREN'S CLOTHING              TEEN CLOTHING                  ADULT CLOTHING                 

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Helping seniors continue to live independently in their homes.


     The MCEF Senior Rides program assists seniors age 60+ in the Mechanicsville, Virginia area who are not able to drive.  We also provide transportation for those who may have a medical condition that requires frequent trips for medical treatments such as physical therapy, chemotherapy or dialysis.


     This free transportation program is for scheduled medical appointments, grocery shopping and for personal business (such as banking).  Our goal is to help seniors continue to live independently in their homes.


     While we offer this as a free transportation service, donations are needed to sustain the program.   We appreciate your generous gifts.

     MCEF may provide emergency financial assistance to help Mechanicsville residents pay essential bills and help the family avoid utility cut-off or eviction.  Most of the families who receive help are referred to MCEF by local churches or the Hanover Department of Social Services.


July 3, 2014 release by MCEF Hanover County:

The CSB (Community Services Board = Mental Health + substance abuse services) has asked for help in gathering furniture for 4-5 of their clients who are moving into their own apartments over the next few weeks.


Got Extra Veggies?  MCEF pantry is a good place to pass them along!  See details on News and Events page.


Has your church gone to a meeting or at least have the materials the Hanover Sheriff's Office sent out about Worship Watch.  Please look for it and/or go to the website:   It's based on Neighborhood Watch but it's for churches to be aware of the community around them and to notice and report any suspicious activity in their area. 


There will be a festival on October 18th (10-2) at the Courthouse with Christian bands playing on a professional stage and booths for each church to provide something.


MCEF has a new website.  This is it!  Comments? Please bring them to the July meeting on Monday, July 14, 2014. We would love to hear your reactions.   If you are using a small mobile device, you should see a "mobi" screen with a link to the full web site -- this feature is currently being developed and the splash page is live already -- more to come!


For more details and the rest of News, Needs and Events, CLICK HERE  or click on News and Events tab.    P.S. Mobile device friendly features coming soon.


     "If anyone has material possessions and sees his brother in need but has no pity on him, how can the love of God (♥) be in him?  Dear children, let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth."
                                                                                                        -- 1 John 3:17-18

     Never worry about numbers.  Help one person at a time, and always start with the person nearest you.
                                                                                                        -- Mother Teresa