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."
Meals are served from 5:30 to 6:30pm every Sunday.
Volunteers make our work possible. If you’re interested in volunteering or in organizing your faith community, school, or affinity group to serve at First Nations Kitchen, please contact us at email@example.com
Or, click “Volunteer” in our menu bar to sign up for a shift.
We’re a volunteer-led organization. If you believe in the mission, consider joining the work by donating. Click here to learn more!