Friday Night Supper
Before Parish Hall Kitchen, there was Friday Night Supper. Starting as a traditional soup kitchen in the 1980s, Friday Night Supper has been in continuous operation for over 30 years now. A lot has changed since then. We've moved from paper plates and plastic utensils to china, flat ware, and glasses; from rectangular tables to round ones; and from paper place mats to linen tablecloths. But one thing that hasn't changed is our goal.
is to serve our community by providing food, job training and hands-on
PHK’s newest program, “Parish Hall Kitchen To-Go.” This program originated as a response to even greater needs for food and basic necessities within our community in the wake of the pandemic, providing fresh food and healthy meals to more than 120 adults and children each week. While the pandemic continues and beyond, we are committed to continue serving our neighbors as they struggle to recover from employment and/or housing interruptions and other COVID-19 related difficulties.