About Sunday Suppers
- Provides a sit down meal for 175-225 hungry people each Sunday who range in age from birth to 90 and provides take home meals for those who cannot or do not want to stay
- Provides space for and builds community for the marginalized in our community while
communicating value, worth, and dignity to them
- Provides clothing through our quick turn over clothing room and personal hygiene and cold-weather essentials to those who need them
- Partners with Feed Nova Scotia, MOSH (Mobile Outreach Street Health) nurses, Walk in Our Shoes Foot Care, and more to care for the various needs of our guests
We always welcome newcomers.If you are interested volunteering or helping out in our community, please email email@example.com for more information.
“When you give a party, don’t invite your friends, your brothers or sisters, your relatives, or your rich neighbors; if you do, they may invite you back and so you will be repaid. But when you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind, and you will be blessed.
The St. Andrew’s Back Story
In 1985 St. Andrew’s United Church agreed to host a Christmas Party in response to these words spoken by Jesus. Folks from St. Andrews and many other local churches came together and invited those who might be overlooked in the festive season, to a banquet. It was a great party and everyone had a good time.
In 1986 the Christmas Party continued, settling into an evening meal for up to 200 men, women and families. The party atmosphere has never left us, in fact it centers us. We come together each week from different backgrounds, entering the gym at St. Andrews with the focus on being together. We serve, we eat, we visit, and we hope that we all leave blessed.
We always welcome newcomers. If you are interested volunteering or helping out in our community, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.