Interfaith Action Soup Kitchen

Thanks to all of you who provide and serve meals at our Interfaith Action Sunday Soup Kitchen here at St. Paul's.  Thank you for your commitment, generosity and compassion so that our guests enjoy a meal even during these difficult times

  • We partner with INterfaith Action of Evanston

    Read more about Interfaith Action of Evanston services.



  • Who provides and serves the meals?

    Before the COVID 19 crisis, volunteer serving groups provided the meal.  Now, to keep everyone safe, groups purchase food from local Evanston restaurants distributed by St. Paul's volunteers as "to go meals".   During this extraordinary time, please be in touch with Interfaith Action of Evanston to find out ways to be helpful.  


  • Contact interfaith action of evanston

    with questions about the weekly meal

    • Because of the current health crisis, how we serve our neighbors in this way is continually evolving.  Interfaith Action of Evanston, the lead organizer of the meals, warming centers, and overnight shelter is coordinating a response.  IAE has the most up to date information on what's needed and are the best people to contact (phone 857 869 0370) with questions and offers of help. 

    • When we are able to resume our regular ministry, please consider becoming a Soup Kitchen Coordinator.

Feed your neighbor

Help us provide a meal every single week in collaboration with over 25 community groups

- feeding 5,000 a year inside and out. 

Support the Interfaith Action Sunday Soup Kitchen at St. Paul's and feed your neighbor.