The Monthly Good Work at St. Luke’s Community Dining

Our St. Luke's Community Dining volunteers fed many hungry people in Chelsea on Saturday, July 6th. Seventy-one people enjoyed a breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage, and bagels prepared and served by St. Paul’s volunteers. And a little later, 105 people enjoyed a lunch of baked pollock, mashed potatoes, broccoli, rolls, salad, fruit, and cookies. Underscoring the need for this food ministry, between a quarter and half of persons fed at St. Luke’s request “take home” meals to eat later.

Thank you to Chefs Jim Rosato and Kwame Ofori-Asante, and Jonna Casey, Filomena Morton, Katie Ahearn, Gayle Richardson, and Karen McAlmon for your important work at St. Luke’s this month!

St. Paul’s shares this ministry with other churches in our Deanery. Our day to prepare and serve food is the first Saturday of every month. Volunteers are always needed and welcome. There are two shifts to choose from: breakfast from 7:30-10:30am and lunch from 10am-1pm. Car-pooling is available. Contact Jim Rosato for more information or to sign up. A sign-up sheet is also available in the Great Room.

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