We WILL continue to serve meals bagged-to-go style at the door on Sundays at noon and Mondays at 6:00 PM.
We've heard from many of you asking how you can help during this difficult time - THANK YOU! The BEST way to support us is to contribute financially.
At this time we have chosen to purchase bagged meals in order to...
1. Support local businesses
2. Be part of the solution rather than the problem of Grocery store shelves going bare
3. Cut down on the number of volunteers needed/put at risk
We are unable to accept new volunteers or donated items at this time.
As you can imagine by purchasing meals our costs have tripled! We may not be able to continue this method. We are taking it week by week. Please use this link to donate online https://bit.ly/33hiOBh A drop down menu will allow you to designate your contribution to Haven Street. Checks can be mailed to 1200 S. Lindbergh Ave.
Sundays at Noon (Doors open at 11:00)
Mondays at 6:00pm (Doors open at 5:00)
We serve free meals to the hungry twice a week. All are welcome. In conjunction with Haven Street, we offer an in-house food pantry, clothing, books, and hygiene products for our guests.
HAVEN STREET - SERVE OPPORTUNITIES
Meals are served every Sunday and Monday. Between 50-80 meals are served weekly to those who are homeless or food insecure. The program highlights the crucial aspect of building relationships, providing a safe place for fellowship and welcome into a worshipping community.
Contact: Rich Sutton
Location: The Connection
Service Opportunities at The Connection Haven Street
Sunday Meal Preparation: 9:00-10:30 am
Sunday Serving & Clean up: Noon-1 :30 pm
Monday Meal Preparation: 4:00-6:00 pm
Monday Serving & Clean-up: 6:00-7:30 pm
Haven Street Mission Statement
Haven Street at The Connection is committed to serving the needs of our community with food and the love of Jesus. Our mission is to support the whole person, sharing food for the body and nourishment for the soul.
For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.’ - Matthew 25:35-36