Sunday Breakfast

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Sunday Breakfast giving

Every Sunday morning
we serve a hot take-away breakfast
in our courtyard
to people going through homelessness
or living on low incomes.

  • Who We Are

    A volunteer team of about 25 people, coordinated by Robin our Food Hospitality Worker.

  • What We Do

    Serve a hot take-away breakfast every Sunday morning to people going through homelessness or living on low incomes.

  • Getting Involved

    Arrange to come in for a trial shift to see what’s involved, and then volunteer with us on a monthly rota.

  • At the beginning of the Covid-19 lockdowns in March 2020, we began to serve a hot takeaway breakfast on Sunday mornings to people going through homelessness or living on low incomes.

    As social distancing reduced, we moved our food service from the side-door of the church into our courtyard, so that our guests have space to sit and chat.

    We serve tea & coffee to our guests from 8.30am, and food from 9am to 10am.

    We have a wonderful volunteer team of about 25 people overall, with about 7 volunteers on each Sunday. Some will be busy in the kitchen; others coming up and down the stairs with food and drinks; others in the courtyard welcoming and serving guests.

    Volunteers preparing food and drinks arrive at church by 7.15am, and everyone else by 8am. The volunteer shift ends at 10.30am.

    We currently serve about 60-70 guests each Sunday.

    This project is funded through our Solidarity Fund.