Hot Dish & Hope
For my bills to be paid – and always love Jesus. I thank God for you, remember he’s coming back for us all.
That's a prayer request from one of our Hot Dish & Hope guests. Along with extending our prayers, we can also help by volunteering and giving.
Please make your contribution to Hot Dish & Hope:
- by placing your gift in the offering plate (please use special envelopes)
- by sending a check to the church office (617 N. Elm St., 27401 (please write Hot Dish & Hope on the check's memo line)
- or by giving online.
Hot Dish & Hope puts our faith into action as we serve dinner and a measure of hope to individuals and families in need. Since July 8, 2008, Hot Dish & Hope has served a meal each Tuesday and Thursday to guests arriving between 6 and 6:30 pm in the Mullin Life Center, 706 N. Greene St. Anyone who is hungry is welcome. The meals include a brief program of music and/or a message of God’s love and grace.
Volunteers and leaders
Contact Camille Townsend: email@example.com or 336-908-2088.
Principal volunteer support comes from members of FPC and 14 faith and community partners who share responsibility of serving once per month. Occasionally we can accommodate additional service groups and individual volunteers.
There are 16 FPC leaders working in pairs on their assigned night once per month, overseeing the entire evening from 5-7 p.m.
Serving Dinner on Tuesdays and Thursdays
• Volunteer setting up tables, serving meals, greeting and interacting with guests, assist with clean-up, work with the children who are guests (mandatory training required per First Presbyterian’s child/youth protection policy).
• Volunteer age minimums: food plating and kitchen work (14+), beverage serving (11+), meal delivery to tables (8+with a parent).
• Lead/participate in our opening worship services by providing a brief devotion and/or music (Tuesday or Thursday at 6 pm).
Other Ways to Serve
• Make a birthday cake for monthly birthday celebrations (first Tuesday).
• Lift up prayer requests from our guests in circles, study groups and prayer groups.
• Help with special projects, often one-time activities for celebrations, pick up or drop off supplies, etc.
• Make a financial gift to help pay for meals by sending a check to: First Presbyterian Church (note in the memo section for Hot Dish & Hope), 617 N. Elm Street, Greensboro, NC 27401.
• Honor cards are available for purchase during business hours at our Welcome Center located at the corner of Fisher Park Circle and North Elm Street.