Community Kitchen

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More than 120 people a day are physically and spiritually fed in the Community Kitchen and 50 plus meals are delivered to shut-ins in the area.

The very heart of Stewpot is the noon meal search by staff and volunteers 365 days a year. This meal serves as the center of each day as well as the heart of the Stewpot philosophy. Rich and poor, black and white, all of God’s children come together over a nourishing meal. More than 120 people a day are physically and spiritually fed in the Community Kitchen and 50 plus meals are delivered to shut-ins in the area. Anyone is welcome to eat the Stewpot noon meal – no questions asked. More than 7,000 volunteers serve in the Community Kitchen each year.

Volunteering

Volunteers in the Community Kitchen work as a team to make the plates for the Meals on Wheels program as well as the plates for everyone in the dining room. Volunteers serve the plates and drinks to everyone who has come to Stewpot for the noon meal. Approximately 10 volunteers are needed each day of the week to keep this rewarding ministry going. Interested volunteers should contact Tara Lindsey at tlindsey@stewpot.org or 601.353.2759.

Contact: Stephanie Echols (601) 353-2759

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