The Soup Kitchen

Feed My Sheep Ministry

"The Bible says, FEED MY SHEEP and I do so, as a brotherly lamb."

~ The Reverend Dr. Clarence Brown, Sr. ~

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On Christmas Eve 1989, the Ebenezer Baptist Church Soup Kitchen was organized and started by the late Reverend Dr. Clarence Brown, Sr. and his wife, Deaconess Annye Brown. Under the pastorate of the late Rev. Lonnie Ford and the continued leadership of Rev. Gregory Wallace, Rev. and Mrs. Brown directed and maintained an established feeding operation that served meals to the homeless and needy for twenty five years [1989-2014].

 

Today, the Soup Kitchen continues its outreach to the community with volunteers from the New Brunswick Fire Department, community workers from the State of New Jersey, and volunteers from Ebenezer Baptist Church.

 

Volunteers are needed, always. At present, a back-up chef and cook are needed to help prepare food on Tuesdays when our assigned chef and cook are unavailable. If you are available, please contact Brother Victor Hoagland by calling the EBC Office at 732.247.2459.

 

Management Team:

             Trustee Victor Hoagland

             Deacon Louie Rolon

             Trustee Willie Williams

The Soup Kitchen hours of operation: Tuesdays from 11am through 12:30pm.

 

Monetary donations support this outreach and our mission of feeding those in need.  If you would like to provide financial support, please make checks or money orders payable to Ebenezer Baptist Church and mail to 

Ebenezer Baptist Church

126 Lee Avenue at Rev. Dr. Lonnie Ford Place New Brunswick, NJ 08901

or

give by clicking HERE.

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