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Feeding ministries

Mustard seed soup kitchen

The Mustard Seed Soup Kitchen of Worcester, Massachusetts, provides a hot meal for those in need. Each day of each month, parishes from the Worcester County area prepare and serve a meal to nearly 200 homeless and needy people of all ages. St. Francis has participated in this ministry for more than 10 years.

On the second Wednesday of each month, teams of volunteers shop, prepare, cook, and serve this dinner.

The Mustard Seed Schedule 2024

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Volunteers always needed

Shopping

We will provide you a list of ingredients required to cook the Mustard Seed dinner. Groceries can be purchased the week before the meal is prepared and drop off at St. Francis. We are seeking volunteers to spend 2 hours max. shopping–four times per year.

Serving

Pick up prepared dinner and desserts at St. Francis at

4:15 p.m. and serve dinner at the Mustard Seed. 2 hour time commitment. Servers rotate every 3-4 months.

Baking

Bake desserts for the meal and drop off at St. Francis by 4:15 p.m.

Contact

Nancy Pope at npope194@gmail.com  or

508-829-5564 if interested in volunteering.

Dismas FAmily farm

Located in Oakham, Massachusetts serves the former prisoner population Dismas House specializes in.  The program provides vocational training and job related skill development.  St. Francis has been a part of this program since 2009.

 

On the fourth Wednesday of each month volunteers shop for groceries and then work with the residents to prepare, serve and eat a meal.

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