Food for the Soul serves free, home cooked meals four days each week to
anyone in need. This local ministry serves more than 10,000 meals annually, averaging 75-80 lunches daily. Food for the
Soul also operates as an emergency shelter for the homeless whenever
nighttime temperatures are predicted to be 36 degrees or lower. While there, ministry guests have the option of making use of showers and washing machines. The showers
and washing machines are also made available during daytime hours.
Lyttleton Street UMC is honored to support Food for the Soul financially and with volunteers. You may visit their website directly HERE.