Soup Kitchen Sunday – Nov. 12 is our fifth annual “Soup Kitchen Sunday”. We welcome the Soup Kitchen volunteers and supporters who have joined us for today’s service, and we thank them for their support and involvement! There will be a Church School for the children who are present, starting partway through the service, after Theme Time. Any visiting children are welcome to go downstairs for Church School at that time.ū
Partners – We extend a big “thank you” to our many partners, who support and/or participate in the ministry of the Soup Kitchen in a great variety of ways. They include:
Churches: St. Mary’s Anglican Church, Newton Community Church, Prairie Community Church, and Trinity United Church
Hutterite Colonies: Airport Colony, Aspenheim Colony, Baker Colony, Brantwood Colony, Elm River Colony, and Sommerfeld Colony
Groups: Farmers’ Market, Lions Club, Youth for Christ, Debbi Miles/Wally Kimpton and friends, the Moman family, and Shelly Siebert and friends
Businesses: KF AERO Southport, Cobbe’s Plumbing and Heating, Craig Dunn Motor City, E.F. Moon Construction, MCC Thrift Shop, Meseyton Construction Ltd., Newton Enterprises, Portage Mutual Insurance Company, Portage Toyota and RV, RONA Building Centre, Portage Vision Services, Shewfelt’s Plumbing and Heating, Simplot Canada (11) Limited, Stride Credit Union, and Westward Ford
Suppliers: Portage Co-op; Panko’s, Portage Supermarket and Ida Wollman
Plus many individual donors and volunteers, including members of First Presbyterian Church!
Coordinators – We are looking for one or two people to join Shelly Siebert as the new Coordinators of the Soup Kitchen, beginning the 1st of January. Anyone who is interested, or has questions, is encouraged to speak to Margaret Dunn (239-1580). Tricia Chiponski and Margaret Dunn will be stepping down as Coordinators at the end of the year, and we thank them for their ten and eleven years, respectively, of leadership in the Soup Kitchen!