Help Us Eliminate Poverty in Our Community – Month by Month

Please know, you do not have to be a member of this faith, or any faith, to be able to help volunteer at any of these events.

Ongoing During the Year

click HERE to see some pictures of our programs

Serving Dinners: 

  1. Stepping Forward Tuesday Night Dinners & Getting Ahead Program at Faith Community United Methodist Church

 

Stepping Forward Serves at Christmas & Year-Round

Since it’s inception in 2011, the Faith Alliance church partners have supported a collaborative outreach called Stepping Forward 

Step_Forward_screenTuesday Night Community Dinners which also began in 2011. The free dinner is hosted every Tuesday night, year-round, at Faith Community UMC on Cox Road in West Chester. Most Faith Alliance church

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Every Tuesday night – Stepping Forward includes:

  1. Free Community Dinner • 6-7 pm
  2. Free Job and Life Skills classes • 7-8:30 pm (see list below)
  3. Free ESL Classes for all  adults, all levels • 7-8:30 pm
  4. Referrals to needed services • 6:30-8:00 pm
  5. Homework Room and fun activities for the Kids • 6:30-8:00 pm

Food Pantry for qualified families living in the Lakota School District • 6:30-8 pm

2. West Chester Presbyterian Community Suppers – Monday Nights

West Chester Presbyterian Schedules 2018 Suppers

Eleven years ago, West Chester Presbyterian Church members began serving free meals on Monday nights to anyone in our community. Families, seniors, children and other community members turn out each week. In 2014, the Faith Alliance began to assist in promoting and serving at this wonderful program.   Currently, anCONTINUE READING

A Testimonial – WC Presbyterian Community Suppers

At our Monday Night Community Suppers at West Chester Presbyterian Church, I have had the privilege of talking to so many of our guests and learning about their struggles and victories.  Just like us, they are trying to make their way in this world and deal with the challenges life

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3.  Queen City Kitchen; Soup Kitchen

 

 

Our work helps insure that the areas low income, homeless, and working poor people are provided with a hot, home-cooked meal.

Over the Rhine – We prepare, cook and serve lunch on the 4th Saturday of every month.

1620 Vine Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 (513) 241-5121

Directions can be found: https://www.queencitykitchen.org/locations/

How can I help?

Be a volunteer! Families are encouraged to help out and children have to be able to work independently.    Tasks: Meal preparation, cooking and serving cafeteria style.

  •  Over the Rhine – we need minimum of 8 volunteers. We start cooking at 9 a.m. to serve at noon to 1 p.m.

     

    4. IHN programs

Keeping the Promise

Family Promise of Butler County began it’s Interfaith Hospitality Network Program(IHN), an Endorsed Program by the Faith Alliance, in September 2016. In that short time, they have served several local homeless families with seven of our own Church Partners as Hosting Congregations plus even more of our Church Partners as

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Faith Alliance Celebrates 2017 Impact

Thursday, October 26th, was a day of Celebration for the Faith Alliance and its partners. The organization’s 3rd annual dinner and meeting was sponsored by Hillandale Family of Communities, Saint Anne Episcopal and Crestview Presbyterian Church. Clergy, liaisons and volunteers from many Faith Alliance Church Partners attended in addition to

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Faith Alliance 2018 CALENDAR

 

Feed our Neighbors in Need Community Food Drive – Church collection Sat/Sun, March 3-4; (Distribute     flyers/grocery bags February 18 & 25)

 

X Days OR Community Service Day – 2019

Summer Lunch Ministry – Wednesday, May 30 through Tuesday, August 7 (tentative)

Summer Lunch Literacy Program – Monday, June 4 through Friday, July 13 (6 weeks)

Help a Child in Need Succeed Backpack Ministry Collection Saturday and Sunday, July 28-29

 

Sing Out Against Poverty Music Festival – Saturday, September 29, The Square at Union Centre

  

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