Feeding the Homeless in Charleston

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Jan 24, 4-6 pm

The Barnabas “Hot Dog Ministry” is a daily feeding ministry for the homeless community in downtown Charleston. All Saints has been participating in this ministry in an increasing capacity through the success of the 2019 ALL IN appeal. This year, All Saints has the opportunity to prepare and serve meals several times throughout the year. At this time, these to-go meals are served outdoors and socially-distanced for the safety of all. We will have at least one team member at each event to provide guidance. We will also provide specifics for items and quantity to purchase. All purchased items will be reimbursed by the church. Thank you in advance for your support of this hands-on service opportunity for our neighbors in Charleston. Adults and middle & high school youth are encouraged to volunteer. We will meet at All Saints at 4 pm on the event Sundays to pack up the prepared food and then those serving will meet at 529 Meeting Street to set-up, serve and clean-up afterwards. Please sign up here to help prepare and/or serve meals with the Service Team. Thank you for your support as we help our neighbors in this way!

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