Green castle baptist church

high 5 ministry

The High 5 Ministry is the church food pantry that provides food to those in need, however, we are more than just a food pantry with all of Green Castle Gives initiatives under the leadership of the High 5 Ministry. If you would like to donate monetarily to the High 5 Ministry and Green Castle Gives initiatives then you can give via the online giving or alternate ways to give to the church and notate your donations are to be used for the High 5 Ministry. Thank you and advance.

community resources Brought to you by gcbc high 5 ministry

Please reference the information below that provides information to community resources to help support you and your family.

Also, check out the Goodwill COVID-19 support and resource page for additional assistance:

  • Food assistance/free food

    • Please call the church during office hours to get food assistance from the High 5 Ministry food pantry. If you would like to donate to the High 5 food pantry non-perishable, unexpired food then contact the church to arrange drop off.
    • Information on school meals during NTI can be found here.
    • New Roots Fresh Food Markets are fresh food markets where you pay in advance for your bag of veggies (and some fruit) on an income-based sliding scale: $6 if you pay with SNAP Benefits and $12.75 if you do not have SNAP. Every bag has nine varieties of just-picked organic produce from farms within 50 miles of Louisville. There are various times for pickups almost every day. The markets are in full swing and run every other week until October 29th. There are also opportunities to volunteer. Please call 502-509-6770 to sign up for your shares (bags). The deadline to sign up and pay for your shares (bags) is always the Friday before the next week's markets. Review here for more details.
  • Job Assistance

    • If you need assistance with finding a job locally then is a great resource to match you with open opportunities.
  • Educational resources

  • Housing assistance

    Households seeking assistance should call their nearest Neighborhood Place location. Those locations are closed to walk-ins but will have drop boxes available to leave verification documents required for getting assistance.  To be eligible for support, individuals/households must be Jefferson County residents with an income at or below 100 percent of Area Median Income (AMI), which is determined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The AMI for the Louisville region is $76,400 for a four-person family (100 percent AMI).

    Applicants will be asked to offer proof of identity and supporting documents that demonstrate a loss of earned income due to the COVID-19 pandemic due to medical reasons, business closure, or school closure. To find a Neighborhood Place in their area, residents may call Metro 311 or (502) 574-5000, or visit