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All Are


There is a yellow church at the corner of Mercer & Blackwell.

Our front doors open at 11:30 a.m and we serve a sit down lunch until 12:30 p.m. 

We hope you come join us for lunch

Monday through Saturday. 

Please know that you are always

welcome at our table.

We promise no questions asked,

no judgment, just love.



Faith Kitchen Lunch Guest

This place is my lifeline. I've messed up three times in my life but no more. This place helped me get back on my feet. 

Kathy McFarland

Faith Kitchen means feeding the needy people in our town and seeing their appreciate faces when receiving their meals. It's very fulfilling.

Faith Kitchen reminds me to be thankful for what I have, and for the opportunity to share with those who are less fortunate. It's a continuing reminder that "There but for the grace of God go I". The high point of the day is when those we serve at Faith Kitchen smile and express their heartful thanks for a good lunch.  

Thank you for providing me with a place to have lunch, at a time when I was unemployed and close to becoming homeless. 

There is a little bit of God in all of us. The first time I went to serve in the Faith Kitchen was because the greatest commandment is to love God, and the second greatest is to love your neighbor. Why do I come back? It's those people who take a plate, smile and ever so graciously  say, "Thank you". Yep! God is in them!

Don MacGowan
St. Peter's Episcopal Church

Faith Kitchen Lunch Guest

Diane Halper
Flanders United Presbyterian

Looking to Help?

Contact Director Judy Miller for more information.

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