Third Sunday Meal
On the third Sunday each month, community neighbors in need can count on the hospitality of volunteers at Plymouth Congregational Church for a hot, nutritious, and tasty meal. Guests find a safe, welcoming place where they are treated with dignity. There’s a chaplain and a health care professional to answer questions and suggest how guests may find additional assistance. We also offer a bike repair clinic, a table with free items like hats, socks, and soap, and another table with information about community resources. Guests arrive between 5-6 p.m.
As a Volunteer
All volunteer tasks center on creating an enjoyable evening for our guests. Volunteers interact with guests by sharing stories, serving food, distributing everyday necessities, repairing bikes, and more.
Third Sunday Meal is a program of Plymouth Congregational Church. Our downtown church partners include Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church, St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral, and Westminster Presbyterian Church, who provide meals on other Sundays of the month.