In operating the food pantry, she said, "We put aside our doctrinal differences and stand as one body."
She recognized those responsible for establishing the food pantry and the gifts of time and resources that have helped it grow to a ministry reaching throughout the community.
Those entering the food pantry are treated "as Christ walking through the door," Quincy said. "We tell people we are not the police, we are not immigration, and we are not DPS."
While prayer is a part of the experience, no one is forced to participate – or have any religious belief – to receive food and fellowship.
"They are loved just the way they are," she said.
Quincy again thanked those in attendance for their dedication to the food pantry and led them on a tour followed by a luncheon.