Working with Bethesda Help, a food pantry nearby, volunteers at the church will deliver three-day supplies of food to anyone who calls in need.
"Our philosophy is if people are willing to make the call, people don’t like to admit need, we aren’t going to ask," Karen Auerbach, president of Bethesda Help, said.
People interested in food deliveries can call (301) 365-2022.
A pastor at the church said members have already worked to fee the hungry, working with Manna, a food bank in Gaithersburg, and collecting food for Thanksgiving and Christmas. The Hunger-Free project, though, will require more donations and effort.