Volunteers make food a reality for Indiana city


NEW ALBANY, Ind. (UMNS) – On Sundays and Thursdays at Centenary United Methodist Church, the Christ’s Kitchen is buzzing with meal preparation for the hungry in the community. The Jeffersonville News and Tribune tells how more than 25 churches of different denominations have come together to feed those in need. This meal program, which is now called Christ’s Kitchen, has been in operation for 27 years. According to church records, 12,925 people were served in 2013, through either Christ’s Kitchen or the food pantry, which is open every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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