God’s Kitchen of Michigan Aims to Help Food Insecure
It is estimated that one in six Kalamazoo residents are food insecure. That means your neighbor, your coworker, your next customer might not know when or where their next meal is coming from. A new organization aims to change that.
God’s Kitchen of Michigan's First Baptist Church location will officially open this week to provide a free dinner service Wednesdays and Fridays from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. All meals are carryout only. There is no income requirement to participate.
Wednesday night’s inaugural dinner will consist of spaghetti, garden salad, sweet corn, and garlic bread, while Friday’s menu will be a choice of breaded butterfly shrimp or chicken strips, french fries, cole slaw and bread.
The soup kitchen invites all residents of the county to like its Facebook page to receive updates on their activities and menu plans. (Click here to donate).
If you are hungry there are resources in this area to help. Consider contacting Loaves and Fishes or add God's Kitchen to your calendar. No one should go hungry.
Bonus Video: Celebrating the Grill Opening with the Annual Rubbing of the Meat