Sunday Supper has served thousands of weekly meals at St. Paul’s over the last five years.
Participants are seniors, families with children, men, and women who live on the streets. The
people we serve live on a limited income and their lives are complicated. They know that for a
few hours each Sunday they will be served a delicious meal, treated with respect, and
welcomed back the following week.
In addition to supper, guests may select from a variety of take home groceries and hygiene
items. Our once a week meal and grocery market distribution seeks to support those families
and individuals who do not have enough to eat each week.
Partner congregations currently hosting Sunday Supper are: Aldersgate United Methodist
Church, Congregation B’nai Israel, Trinity Episcopal Church, The River Church and Unity of Tustin.
Approximately 150 volunteers participate in Sunday Supper’s operation each month. The
interfaith aspect of Sunday Supper is our greatest strength. By working together and using our
human and financial resources, we are able to focus on hunger solutions in our community.
For information about volunteering for Sunday Supper, please contact Ann. firstname.lastname@example.org.