Immanuel prepares and serves dinner on the first Saturday of each month for homeless men living at Andrew’s Place (A ministry of Friendship House).
- for further information please contact the Alex Lehr-Maunder
At Emmanuel Dining Room, Immanuel serves lunch to 300 homeless men, women and children once a month.
- You can assist in preparation and serving of meals
- You can make cupcakes for Emmanuel Dining Room lunches
- For further information contact Ken McCourt
Epiphany House is the Friendship House transitional home for women at 722 N. Union Street. Immanuel parishioners volunteer for both dinners and mentoring.
- Dinner – Volunteers bring dinner and eat with the six women of Epiphany House.
- Mentoring opportunities – Women volunteers join a woman at Epiphany House once a week for six weeks to attend an evening instructional program on financial management or job readiness at Epiphany House. This mentoring is a way of accompanying the woman on her path to independent living. This program will be coordinated by Immanuel’s Deacon Sheila Brigid Sharpe.