Feeding those in need was the theme during the Sunday Supper event held at First United Methodist Church.
“It’s a really good cause, you know just to be a part of it and participate in,” said Mike Kneidinger. Kneidinger was one of the volunteers on Sunday, alongside members of the Glenwood YMCA.
It was his first time volunteering at Sunday Supper and he says he’ll definitely be back to help out. “There’s individuals that are less fortunate and to be able to go and give your time, that’s a really good thing to do and it feels good,” said Kneidinger.
Other people were volunteering through the Togetherhood Project which is a community service group based out of the YMCA. “In November, we gave back to the Mercy Center and helped. We did a spa night for the women there and this is our first one for this year, the Sunday Supper, said Selena Foulk, community involvement coordinator at the Glenwood YMCA.”
The First Presbyterian Church of the Covenant host these Sunday Suppers weekly and different organizations can get involved, the YMCA just being one of them.
“One church, one congregation could never, ever, ever do this on their own and so when different churches come and when groups like the “Y” come, it’s a blessing,” said Pat Tracy. According to the volunteer coordinator of Sunday Supper, Pat Tracy, they serve meals to those in need nearly all year- long.
If you would like to volunteer at Sunday Supper, you can find more information on the First Presbyterian Church website.