We encourage everyone in need of food assistance to join us on Monday, April 29th at 10:00 AM for a special food giveaway!

In conjunction with this announcement, I want to share with you a true story that echoes the Christian belief in feeding the hungry and helping those in need. As exemplified by Jesus in the Bible, particularly in the account of the feeding of the five thousand, where with only five loaves and two fish, Jesus fed a multitude. When we share, even the smallest offerings can become a feast when blessed with love and compassion.

In the heart of Minneapolis, Minnesota, a unique restaurant operates not just as a place to eat but as a mission to feed. SoulSisters’ Camelot is a non-profit mobile kitchen that serves free, nutritious meals to anyone in need, no questions asked.

Founded in 1997, Sisters’ Camelot began as a small collective with a big dream: to share food with the hungry in a way that respects their dignity and fosters community. They started by distributing organic food from a painted bus, and as they grew, they expanded to include a mobile kitchen.

The collective is run entirely by volunteers who believe in the power of giving without expectation. They cook and serve meals throughout the city, often setting up in parks or near shelters. The menu changes daily, featuring hearty soups, fresh salads, and warm bread, all made with love and care.

Sisters’ Camelot doesn’t just feed the hungry; it creates a space where people from all walks of life can come together, share a meal, and connect as a community. Their work is a testament to the Christian ethos of feeding the hungry, embodying the belief that every person deserves access to healthy food and human connection.

This story of Sisters’ Camelot illustrates how the simple act of sharing a meal can be a profound expression of love and service, echoing the teachings of Jesus to care for those in need.

Source of this account and to learn more, visit: christianchronicle.org