We are celebrating a milestone of service to the community. The Rev. Mary Haas and her volunteers at the Great Falls Community Kitchen have been working hard serving a free meal and welcoming all every Monday night for 20 years. Please join us on Monday, December 7 at 5 p.m. to help us mark the occasion.
Begun December 4, 1989, the date of the first community supper, the Community Kitchen serves a hot dinner to 80 people each Monday evening entirely through the efforts of volunteers. Because families take home food as well, more than 80 people are actually served each week. The clientele are a multi-generational crowd. Upon request, the Kitchen also provides home delivery to those who are sick and shut in.
Along with the Community Kitchen, Immanuel Episcopal Church provides the following to local people in need: 1) basic imperishable food items are available on a daily basis at the Church from the Food Pantry and 2) produce is delivered Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays thanks to the generosity of local farms and stores and the faithful ministry of one of our Deacons.
The Community Supper takes place in the Undercroft of the church building on Monday evenings at 5 p.m. All are welcome to be served without charge.
For more information or to volunteer to help, contact Mary Haas through the church office, firstname.lastname@example.org or 463-3100. RSVP by calling or emailing the church office.