Harvest Table

Harvest Table in an inter-faith program that serves community meals once per week on Saturday evening.  Guests are served nutritious meals made and served by volunteers from one of five area churches.  Guests are given as many servings as they would like, and at the end of the meal, any bread that is left over is sent home with the guests.  No donations are accepted for the meals from guests.

The Missourian newspaper covered Harvest Table here.

3 responses to “Harvest Table

  1. Peace sponsors the Harvest Table this Saturday. Serving Hamburger Noodle Bake, fresh salad, bread & butter, and a BIG sheet cake. All are welcome.

  2. I just returned from the Harvest Table where guests enjoyed a salad made from letuce fresh from the Washington Farmers Market. Many guests also took home small bags of the fresh lettuce. Thank you to the people of the Central States synod for the Hunger Grant that supports the purchase of fresh produce for the guests at the Harvest Table.

  3. Saturday was Peace Night at the Harvest Table. We prepared and served 10 large pans of Hamburger Noodle Bake, fresh lettuce salad, bread and butter, and homemade ginger snap cookies.We also sent home apples and oranges purchased with a Hunger Grant from the Central States Synod of the ELCA. The vendors at the Washington Farmers Market provided fresh leaf lettuce for our guests to take home, also. Thanks to everyone who baked casseroles, cookies, worked at the meal or prayed for God to work through us in this ministry.
    The next Peace night is July 14 when we partner with the people of St. Gertrude/St. Ann parishes.

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