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  • Sunday Feast gives opportunity to serve others and feed the hungry (entire interview)
    by Julie W. Hawk
    Published - 11/29/13 - 11:00 AM | 0 0 comments | 48 48 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    The Sunday Feast soup kitchen is partnered with the Utah Food Bank and has received a grant from the LDS Humanitarian Services.
    The Sunday Feast soup kitchen is partnered with the Utah Food Bank and has received a grant from the LDS Humanitarian Services.
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    (ST. GEORGE, Utah) - (+VIDEO) The holiday season reminds us of our blessings and obligations to help our fellow man. One such effort is at the Solomon's Porch Foursquare Fellowship which sponsors the Sunday Feast served every Sunday at noon at 410 E. Tabernacle in St. George. Pastor Jimi and his wife Rickine Kestin in conjunction with their small congregation, began the effort over a year ago to provide a meal on Sunday for anyone in need.

    "While there is an excellent program at the St. George Soup Kitchen which serves lunch on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, we found that there was nobody outreaching to the needs of those who are hungry in our community on a weekend," Pastor Jimi said. "That's where we stepped in with the Sunday Feast to try and meet that need."

    Pastor Jimi explained that in 2005, he, his wife Rickine and family moved to Southern Utah to pioneer the Solomon's Porch Foursquare Fellowship here. He said there is a history in the Foursquare movement to feed those who were hungry, and they are carrying on the tradition.

    The Sunday Feast soup kitchen is partnered with the Utah Food Bank and has received a grant from the LDS Humanitarian Services. He praises the community groups and individuals who have donated both time and money for this endeavor.

    Sunday Feast begins prep work at 11:00 a.m., serves the meal at noon and clean up starts around 1 p.m. and lasts about an hour. Kestin encourages anyone interested to join along side to be a part of this compassionate service.

    To learn more, call 435.669.8153 or visit www.porchfoursquare.com

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