|All Saints Episcopal Church - Selinsgrove - Martha's Table||This community outreach program was originally the dream of Betty Keister, long-time member of All Saints. Betty’s vision was to open our doors to the community for a nutritious meal served in a pleasant atmosphere. The Martha's Table, hospitality nights began in April, 2008.
||Snyder||All Saints Episcopal Church - Selinsgrove - Martha's Table||All Saints Episcopal Church - Selinsgrove|
|Breakfast Program||Hot Breakfast Meal||Dauphin||Salvation Army Harrisburg Citadel Corps||Salvation Army Harrisburg Citadel Corps |
|Chambersburg Church of the Brethren Community Dinner||Chambersburg Church of the Brethren provides the 1st Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm; a community dinner that is free to the community.||Franklin||Chambersburg Church of the Brethren||Chambersburg Church of the Brethren|
|Christ United Methodist Church, Shippensburg Community Breakfast||Every Saturday morning from 9 AM -10:30 AM (in conjunction with our clothing bank) we serve a hot breakfast to all who wish to come. There is no charge for this meal - it is FREE. Come and enjoy a nutritious breakfast as well as good conversation with others.||Cumberland||Christ United Methodist Church, Shippensburg||Christ United Methodist Church, Shippensburg|
|Christ United Methodist Church, Shippensburg Community Dinner||Every second and fourth Thursday of the month, a free hot dinner will be provided at Christ UMC. This will be a wholesome and nutritious meal served cafeteria style. This meal will be served beginning about 5:30 PM and serving ends at about 6:15 PM. Secretary||Cumberland||Christ United Methodist Church, Shippensburg||Christ United Methodist Church, Shippensburg|
|Christ United Methodist Church, Waynesboro - Community Dinner||A community dinner is provided to the residents of Waynesboro during the months of September to June usually on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. This meal is served at 5:15 pm. There is no fee involved for the meal.||Franklin||Christ United Methodist Church, Waynesboro||Christ United Methodist Church, Waynesboro|
|City Rescue Mission - Community Meal Ministry||Community Meal||Lawrence||City Rescue Mission||City Rescue Mission|
|Comfort Kitchen||Free supper & support for families of current prisoners & ex-prisoners. First and last Fridays of each month from 5 - 8 pm.||Franklin||Salem United Brethren Church, Chambersburg||Salem United Brethren Church, Chambersburg|
|Community Breakfasts||Free breakfast available on the second and lastSaturday of the month from 9:00 - 11:00 AM||Dauphin||Shared Ministry||Shared Ministry |
|Community Dinner||Community meal served every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 5:30 PM.
||Cumberland||Messiah United Methodist Church, Shippensburg||Messiah United Methodist Church, Shippensburg|
|Community Harvest Hot Meal Program||Community Harvest is a weekly hot meal program offering food and fellowship to the people of Milton and the surrounding communities. We prepare and serve nutritious food to approximately 200 individuals. All are welcome to attend regardless of age, income, or religious affiliation. Donations are gladly accepted to help us cover the cost of food.
Meal is served at 5:00pm.||Northumberland||Community Harvest Hot Meal Program||Community Harvest Hot Meal Program|
|Compassion York||Serves hot meals at two locations every Sunday
5:00 - 5:45 at the parking lot of Grace Lutheran church, 150 Jefferson Avenue, York
6:00 - 6:40 at the parking lot of St. Patrick’s church, college & beaver streets, York
Serves special needs when available
(From Dawn - Can list calendar dates)
||York||Compassion York||Compassion York|
|Crosskeys Human Services Congregate Meals for Seniors||Provides meals for seniors.60 and over and those married to someone age 60 years over.Daily Noon Meal.||Fayette||Congregate Meals for Seniors||Crosskeys Human Services|
|Easton Area Community Center||Community center offers after-school programs, arts instruction, athletic programs, literacy instruction, recreation/leisure activities, substance abuse education/prevention, tutoring and homework help for children and adolescents.
Offer a Children Food Program through PA Department of Education. Provide any youth through the age of 18 dinner during the school year (do not have to be a member).
Mon-Fri: Year-round dinner provided to anyone under 18 at 5:30pm
Mon-Thurs: 5pm dinner provided from 6/23 to 8/13 to adults and children||Northampton||Easton Area Community Center||Easton Area Community Center|
|Ephrata Area Community Meals||Free meal offered to the hungry and those in need of friendship. Meals will be held at alternate sites. Sponsored by the churches of Akron and Ephrata.
||Lancaster||Ephrata Area Community Meals||Ephrata Area Community Meals|
|Falling Spring Presbyterian Church, Chambersburg - Community Dinner||The Community Dinner is served every Sunday at 5PM at The Presbyterian Church of Falling Spring. We share Christ’s love with and serve free meals to our guests, who are the less fortunate in our community.||Franklin||Falling Spring Presbyterian Church, Chambersburg||Falling Spring Presbyterian Church, Chambersburg|
|Feed My Sheep Outreach Ministries||Charitable religious ministry that provides community support through outreach, meals, clothes and small household needs. Offers a full course lunch every Tuesday.||Lawrence||Feed My Sheep Outreach Ministries||Feed My Sheep Outreach Ministries|
|First Presbyterian Church of Bellefonte - Community Lunch||Programs that organize periodic lunches that give community residents an opportunity to meet one another in a friendly and informal atmosphere while sharing a meal.||Centre||First Presbyterian Church||First Presbyterian Church of Bellefonte|
|First Presbyterian Church of Lewisburg - Dinner by the River||A place to come for a great meal and fellowship. Meals are prepared by 12 volunteer teams made up of church members, friends and Bucknell student volunteers. Dinner is free and open to everyone.||Union||First Presbyterian Church of Lewisburg - Community Meal||First Presbyterian Church of Lewisburg|
|First Presbyterian Church of Sunbury - Elijah's Bowl||Elijah's bowl is a weekly community meal. Coffee and juice are served at 10:30am.
They now are able to help individuals find jobs using the classifieds advertisements, offer transportation, and provide 2 loaves of bread and a bag of groceries to each individual that comes to the lunch on Saturday.
This service is entirely run by volunteers and is funded only by donations.||Northumberland||First Presbyterian Church of Sunbury - Elijah's Bowl||First Presbyterian Church of Sunbury|
|First United Methodist Church, Chambersburg Community Dinner||Community meal open on Thursday, 5:30 PM for those in the Chambersburg area. Children 5th grade and younger are invited to attend our children’s program during the service. Prayer is offered after the worship service for those who request prayer. A supper is held in our Family Life Center immediately following the worship service.||Franklin||First United Methodist Church, Chambersburg||First United Methodist Church, Chambersburg|
|First United Methodist Church - Punxsutawney||Community Dinner||Jefferson||First United Methodist Church - Punxsutawney||First United Methodist Church - Punxsutawney|
|Ford Memorial United Methodist Church - Meals||Provides soup and sandwiches to individuals twice a month.||Armstrong||Ford Memorial United Methodist Church||Ford Memorial United Methodist Church|
|Franklin Center of Beaver County - Soup Kitchen||A hot lunch will be served each Wednesday. Open to the public.
Donations of canned soup, crackers, and bread are appreciated.||Beaver||Franklin Center||Franklin Center of Beaver County|
|Grace United Church of Christ, Shippensburg Community Dinner||Community Dinner held every 3rd Monday at 5:30.||Cumberland||Grace United Church of Christ, Shippensburg||Grace United Church of Christ, Shippensburg|
|Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community||Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community is a faith-based ministry and a charitable community service provider.
- The Table
- The Homeless Ministry
- Youth Ministry
- Children's Ministry
|Allegheny||Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community||Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community|
|Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community - The Table||Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community is a faith-based ministry and a charitable community service provider.
The Table is a hot, free community meal served every Tuesday and Thursday evening. The meal is donated by a different community/church group from the Pittsburgh area and served each week at the Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community.||Allegheny||Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community||Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community|
|Lighthouse Foundation Food Pantry||Food pantry. Distributes food to families and individuals in need. Prior to the food bank opening, offers a free community meal twice a month.
||Butler||Lighthouse Foundation||Lighthouse Foundation|
|Masontown Community Kitchen Meal||Provide a meal every other Tuesday from 4pm to 6pm.||Masontown Community Kitchen||Masontown Community Kitchen |
|Neighbors United Cafe||Free meal for anyone in the community, especially elderly, working poor, unemployed and disabled
||Dauphin||Ebenezer Evangelical Congregational Church||Ebenezer Evangelical Congregational Church|
|North Street Christian Church - Light of Life Community Outreach||A drop in center provides lunch and dinner.
Dinner is served at 220 West North Street||Butler||North Street Christian Church||North Street Christian Church|
|Our Father's Table, Unity Church of God in Christ||Offers a meal to homeless individuals every fourth Sunday of each month at 2:00pm at the church. Referrals for other services are given.||York||Unity Church of God in Christ||Unity Church of God in Christ|
|Pleasant Gap United Methodist Church - Community Meals||Centre||Pleasant Gap United Methodist Church - Community Meals||Pleasant Gap United Methodist Church|
|Presbyterian Church of Punxsutawney||Christian Church||Jefferson||Presbyterian Church of Punxsutawney||Presbyterian Church of Punxsutawney|
|Prince of Peace Center - Food Services||Individuals and families enrolled in the Center's Food Program receive monthly bags of food, supplementing what they can purchase using food stamps. Bread is available daily at the Center and fresh fruits and vegetables are distributed when available. During the holiday season, Food Program registrants receive turkeys and hams for holiday dinners, and parents are eligible to participate in the Toy Day Distribution, allowing them to choose several new and gently used toys to give to their children. Provides supplemental food to over 500 families a year - most of these on a monthly basis. Also have soup kitchen on site to feed those hungry two days per week, Monday and Wednesday from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm.||Mercer||Food Services||Prince of Peace Center|
|Prince Street Church United Brethren in Christ, Shippensburg Community Dinner||Community dinner is served on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at 5:30pm.||Cumberland||Prince Street Church United Brethren in Christ, Shippensburg||Prince Street Church United Brethren in Christ, Shippensburg|
|Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley - Food Assistance||Three full meals every day served free of charge to anyone in need.||Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley||Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley |
|Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church of State College - Community Cafe||Programs that organize periodic suppers, lunches or other get-togethers that give community residents an opportunity to meet one another in a friendly and informal atmosphere while sharing a meal. Community meals are generally sponsored by churches, libraries and other local community organizations and coordinated by volunteers||Centre||Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church of State College - Community Cafe||Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church of State College|
|Saint Paul's United Methodist Church of State College - Community Bread Basket||Programs that organize periodic lunches that give community residents an opportunity to meet one another in a friendly and informal atmosphere while sharing a meal. Community meals are generally sponsored by churches, libraries and other local community organizations and coordinated by volunteers.||Centre||Saint Paul's United Methodist Church of State College - Community Bread Basket||Saint Paul's United Methodist Church of State College|
|Second Avenue United Methodist Church Lenten Dinners||Fridays during Lent, Second Avenue United Methodist Church offers all-you-can-eat fish dinners. These dinners are open to the general public; there is a cost per meal/person. Dinners are available for eat-in or take-out. The dinners are organized by the church youth group and proceeds benefit the group and other church-sponsored community related activities.||Blair||Second Avenue United Methodist Church Creating Community||Second Avenue United Methodist Church|
|Sharing Our Caring||Sharing Our Caring is a free dinner program for those with HIV/AIDS and their family.
On the second Monday of each month a free dinner is served to all attendees at 6:30pm.
Each attendee or family unit is also given a bag of non-perishable food items from our "Spirit" food pantry.||Dauphin||Metropolitan Community Church of the Spirit||Metropolitan Community Church of the Spirit |
|St. Francis University Dorothy Day Outreach Center Easter Holiday Programs||Easter meal for those in need. Please call for more details.||Cambria||St. Francis University Dorothy Day Outreach Center||Saint Francis University|
|St. Luke's Episcopal Church Community Meals||On the first Wednesday of the month from September to May, a senior luncheon is held at St. Luke's. This luncheon is open to all Senior Citizens of the parish and surrounding community.||Blair||St. Luke's Episcopal Church||St. Luke's Episcopal Church|
|St. Michael's Antiochain Orthodox Christian Church - Food on the Hill||Provides a meal through the Men's Fellowship||Westmoreland||Food On the Hill||St. Michael’s Antiochain Orthodox Christian Church|
|St. Paul's Episcopal Church Kittanning Meals||Provides free meals to the community.||Armstrong||St. Paul's Episcopal Church - Kittanning||St. Paul's Episcopal Church - Kittanning|
|St. Seraphim Orthodox Center Community Lunch||Provides a community lunch in Chambersburg on Thursday and Saturday from 10:00 - 1:00 PM. They provide the meal in replacement of the Salvation Army, Chambersburg for these day. Open to all who come in.||Franklin||St. Seraphim Orthodox Center||St. Seraphim Orthodox Center|
|The Breakfast Table||Continental Style Breakfast - meals||Cumberland||New Life Community Church||New Life Community Church|
|The Good Shepherd, Inc. - Hot Meals Program||Offers a Hot Meal Dinner to individuals and families in need of food and/or fellowship.
August 24th and 31st, 4:30 - 5:30pm at Greenville Baptist Church on Shenango Street.||Mercer||The Good Shepherd, Inc.||The Good Shepherd, Inc.|
|The Lunch Place||The Lunch Place, sponsored by the Waynesboro Area Fellowship of Churches was begun in 1990 as an outreach to our community. Five days each week (Mon-Fri), The Lunch Place serves a hot, nutritious meal free to the community.||Franklin||The Lunch Place||Christ United Methodist Church, Waynesboro|
|The Salvation Army Johnstown Office Meals||Meals for those in need.||Cambria||Salvation Army Johnstown Meal Center||The Salvation Army Johnstown Office|
|The Salvation Army Western Pennsylvania Division - Kittanning Service Center||Emergency Assistance for financially struggling individuals and families in crisis seeking assistance for such things as food, clothing, rent, household utility expenses and similar miscellaneous living needs. Referrals made for assistance not offered at facility. May also offer seasonal assistance, such as Back-to-School and Project Bundle-Up where funds are available. Call for holiday programs (toys and food).
Also offered at this location is The Salvation Army Bridging the Gap program - a juvenile prevention and/or intervention program that focuses on educating, motivating, and supporting youth and families. Candidates for this program are males and females, ages 12-17, who are having truancy, or behavioral issues. Provides a 12 week life-changing experience that will inspire participants to make positive changed within their lives. The program also introduces different educational, social, health and career resources available within the participant’s community.
A Back 2 Work Gear program is also offered for individuals who have gotten a new job and need help getting uniform or equipment pieces required to start a new job.||Armstrong||The Salvation Army Western Pennsylvania Division - Service Centers||Salvation Army Western Pennsylvania Division|
|The Soup Place||Provides a hot meal to adults and children in need-at no cost to them.||Northumberland||The Soup Place||First Reformed Church of Sunbury|
|Trinity Episcopal Church - Community Breakfast||Every Thursday during the month, Trinity Episcopal Church holds a community breakfast. This breakfast is
free to all who attend. The hours of the breakfast are from 8:00 - 9:00. Each person also receives a sack
lunch to go with them.
The breakfast is held in the Parish Hall behind the church.||Franklin||Trinity Episcopal Church, Chambersburg||Trinity Episcopal Church, Chambersburg|
|Washington Christian Outreach - SoupKitchen||Provides hot meal for any needy or low-income persons.
Has a kitchen serving free hot lunches||Washington||Washington Christian Outreach||Washington Christian Outreach|
|Washington City Mission - Food Assistance||Serves well over 114,000 hot meals per year. Serves three nutritious meals per day, 365 days per year (with some modifications for holiday schedules). In addition, nearly 2,500 food baskets are distributed in the community through the food pantry.||Washington||Food Assistance||Washington City Mission|
|Wehnwood United Methodist Church Community Meals||Community lunch is provided on the third Saturday of the month at The Promise House, 12th and 14th Avenues, Altoona PA. This is free and open to the public. 11:30am-1:00pm. Sponsored by Wehnwood United Methodist Church and Jaggard First United Methodist Church||Blair||Wehnwood United Methodist Church||Wehnwood United Methodist Church|
|Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church - Community Meal||A meal is served at Zion Church, welcoming those who are economically challenged, senior citizens and other who come for friendship. Meals are served by members of Zion and other local churches, along with area businesses who provide bread and pastry products for distribution. Fresh vegetables from the Zion Donation Garden are available to participants at the Community Meal event during harvesting season.
||Lancaster||Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church||Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church - East Petersburg|
|Zion Lutheran Church - Monthly Community Dinner||A free community meal. A hot and nutritious meal is served to folks in the greater Oil City area. This includes a meal for those who wish to dine-in, and takeout meals for those who wish to take their meals on the go.||Venango||Zion Lutheran Church||Good Hope Lutheran Church|