Food Security

Community Bean Suppers

Serves an average of 65 free meals to the hungry on every 4th and 5th Saturday of the month. Crew of 8 volunteers work 28 hours. Milk and fruit purchased by Social Justice Committee. Food donations of about $110 each meal from members/friends.

Bag Lunches

Serve 65+ people, 17 times a year. Free to the hungry. Crew of 4 volunteers working six hours a meal. Paid for by Social Justice Committee - about $50 per meal.

Ecumenical Food Cupboard

Collect non-perishable food on the 2nd Sunday of each month and deliver to the food cupboard at the Hammond Street Congregational Church. Personal Items are collected on the 3rd Sunday.

Soup Kitchen

Once a month lunch at the Dorothy Day Soup Kitchen of the Salvation Army, serving an average of 125 people... Six volunteers working approximately 24 hours. Food purchased from Social Justice Committee budget.

Solidarity Harvest -  There is an opportunity for Social Justice work for kids and families in our RE program on Sunday November 22nd. As you may know, Food and Medicine organizes the Solidarity Harvest every year and they are looking for helpers to sort, pack, wash, etc food for the food baskets.