Volunteers and Donations welcome to help feed 100+ homeless people weekly at BLCF Cafe

 
BLCF Cafe Community Dinner

Volunteers & Donations to help feed the homeless at BLCF Cafe Community Dinner

BLCF Cafe Community Dinner needs Volunteers and Donations to help feed the homeless!

 BLCF Cafe was established by and  run under the auspices of Bloor Lansdowne Christian Fellowship Church, every Wednesday evening since January, 2008. The BLCF Cafe Community Dinner feeds and fellowships with over 100 homeless and marginalized people weekly, (over 5,000 a year!) This is not a “soup kitchen’ program. It’s more like inviting neighbours over for dinner. The tables are set, the ambiance is friendly and we serve our guests at the table restaurant-style,  hearty and homemade meals and tasty desserts, with a spiritual break in-between. Dinner is served from 6 to 8 PM. Throughout the dinner,there is live music: Folk, Blue Grass, Gospel, usually featuring our friend Terry Sywanyk, guitarist / vocalist and songwriter of the duo ‘A Cup of Cold Water’. 

For more info Contact BLCF Cafe Director: Sophie at 416-535-9578 or email: blcfcafe@yahoo.ca 

BLCF Cafe on Facebook at:  http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000740765625#!/pages/Toronto-ON/BLCF-CAFE-Community-Dinner/10150089502335626?ref=ts&__a=7&ajaxpipe=1

‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’                                          – Matthew 25:40

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