The Interfaith Council has elected to take a Super Supper break for March 2020. We were facing a lot of questions about how to remain safe and responsible and serve the public. We also recognized that many of our volunteer food preparers and servers are older, and thus face a higher risk from COVID-19. We will revisit the situation in April. Also, we recognize that Helpline House is in serious need of food; because of the rush on supplies at stores and the pressure on incomes, our local food bank is under pressure to adequately serve our community. Thus, we ask that those who have supported the Super Suppers give generously to Helpline – either by a donation to them online https://www.helplinehouse.org/donation-types or through direct donation of food at Helpline. Please ring the back porch doorbell to drop off your donations in person. And thank you.
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The Bainbridge Island/North Kitsap Interfaith Council has sponsored community meals at area faith communities for over 20 years. These meals are served at churches in Winslow (so they are easily accessible), but they are an act of hospitality by a variety of religious congregations and traditions. Volunteers prepare the meals at community kitchens and offer the meals at no charge. All are welcome.
Dinners are offered the last seven days of the month.
- Meals on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday are hosted by Eagle Harbor Congregational Church at 105 Winslow Way W.
- Meals on Wednesday are hosted by St. Cecilia’s Catholic Parish’s Conger Hall at 1310 Madison Ave. N.
- Meals on Saturday are hosted at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at 8677 Madison Ave NE.
Participating communities include: Seabold United Methodist, Chavurat Shir Hayam, Port Madison Lutheran, Cedars Unitarian Universalist, Congregation Kol Shalom, St. Cecilia’s Parish, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Rolling Bay Presbyterian, St. Barnabas Episcopal, Grace Episcopal, and Eagle Harbor Congregational (UCC).
If you would like more information–or would like to volunteer (either as an individual or faith community), please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are also free meals available elsewhere in North Kitsap. Check out http://nkfaithlink.blogspot.com