Come share the love of Jesus in practical ways with Union County Community Shelter, by helping prepare and serve dinner. The Community Shelter feeds approximately 56,000 hot meals a year at their Soup Kitchen. They provide a nutritional breakfast, lunch, and supper to the community’s homeless and low-income residents, acting as a stop-gap for those without the ability to otherwise acquire food on a regular basis. They have no criteria for eating at the Soup Kitchen, so anyone with a food hardship is welcome – no questions asked. There is parking on site. Children age 7 and over are welcome. Please email your host with any questions.