Volunteers make our work possible. If you are interested in volunteering or in organizing your faith community, school, or affinity group to serve at First Nations Kitchen, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support the Gandhi Mahal Interfaith Garden
Bishop Steven Charleston recently wrote a letter urging support for the Gandhi Mahal Interfaith Garden:
"As a Native American elder, I am concerned to bring the traditional values of my ancestors forward into this time and place. As a Bishop of the Christian faith, I am interested in building meaningful community across all lines of division. As an environmentalist, I am committed to developing sustainable models that will help to repair our planet. As a supporter of the Gandhi Mahal Interfaith Garden, I can do all three at once."
Read Bishop Charleston's full letter of support HERE.
First Nations Kitchen is located at 3044 Longfellow Avenue, Minneapolis.
Meals are served from 5:30 to 6:30 pm every Sunday.
A Generous, Compassionate Life
Episcopal Church in MN Bishop Brian Prior wrote in a recent blog post,
"First Nation’s Kitchen is unquestionably a missional innovation partnership: faith communities, community partners and others collaborating to engage God’s mission. It’s been an incredible five years for First Nation’s Kitchen, and if you have not yet been a part of this transformational experience — please consider yourself invited to do so."