DINNERS FOR INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES IN NEED

Area churches in Flagler County host a weekly Community Dinner.

FREE COMMUNITY DINNERS FOR HOMELESS INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES IN NEED

  • Have you ever wondered where your next meal might be coming from? 
  • Ever struggled with a budget that barely covers your rent or mortgage?
  • Felt overwhelmed with life’s challenges and longed for someone to just share a meal and some conversation? 

Thankfully, several area churches in Flagler County host a weekly Community Dinner to provide food, fellowship, and comfort to those in need.  At each dinner, guests are welcomed with smiles and open arms, and friendships are easily formed amongst the “regulars,” who hold a common bond. 


Sometimes local businesses and members of the community donate clothing, food, and toiletries for distribution at the dinner.  The Sheltering Tree has a presence prior to the Wednesday Soul Cafe Dinner, (the office is open from 10:00 AM – 2:00PM) and is also available on the first Saturday of each month at the Palm Coast United Methodist Church at 4:00 PM, prior to their Community Dinner.

These Free Community Dinners are currently supported by:

Bread of Life Supper Monday 5:00 PM

Santa Maria Del Mar Catholic Church

Flagler Beach Contact number:  386-439-2791


Soul Cafe Wednesday 5:30 PM

First United Methodist Church

Bunnell Contact number:  386-437-3258


Our Father’s Table Saturday 5:30 PM

Palm Coast United Methodist Church

Palm Coast Contact number: 386-445-1600


If you’re looking for a way to give back to your community, consider volunteering at one of the above community dinners.


By Michele Seyfert

Board Member

August 20, 2018

Michele Seyfet

Image of Michel Seyfort, Board Member and Volunteer.

Board Member - Volunteer

 

Michele has been married to Chuck for thirty-five years.  She has four children and a whopping total of ten grandchildren.


She worked hard to obtain her degree in Accounting and spent thirty years as a Controller.  She is currently working for her son’s sleepwear company.


Michele joined “The Sheltering Tree” in 2017.  She has assisted in many areas of the shelter, not only sitting on the board, but has assisted in the kitchen.  She has provided transportation for the homeless in Palm Coast to the shelter.  Simultaneously, she is an outreach volunteer for Palm Coast United Methodist Church.