Hilltop Community Supper continues June 9 as drive-thru

  • In May, First Congregational Church of Dundee served 290 meals. For this month's Hilltop Community Supper, they plan to serve 400 meals.

    In May, First Congregational Church of Dundee served 290 meals. For this month's Hilltop Community Supper, they plan to serve 400 meals. Courtesy of First Congregational Church of Dundee

 
Submitted by First Congregational Church of Dundee
Posted6/3/2020 1:01 AM

First Congregational Church of Dundee hosts Hilltop Community Suppers, an outreach effort that offers a free meal on the second Tuesday of the month.

The suppers are open to any community member who would enjoy a warm, home-cooked meal.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The next free supper will be another "drive-through" and "to-go" meal offered on Tuesday, June 9.

It will be from 5-7 p.m. or while meals last from the parking lot driveway of the church. There will be no dining in the church building.

At the May dinner, 290 meals were served and that number will be raised to 400 meals this month.

The supper will be run entirely by volunteers with food handler permits working on the meal; everything is sanitized and, before workers enter the church, their temperatures are taken and they are masked and supplied gloves -- no more than six volunteers will be allowed in the church at one time.

Social distancing practices will be observed.

Dinners are offered at no cost, but freewill donations are gladly accepted to help sustain the meals and any additional contributions are accepted at any time. Come join this "drive-through" gathering of community members.

"The Church on the Hill" is located at 900 S. Eighth St. (Route 31 and Angle Tarn), West Dundee.

For details, call the church at (847) 426-2161 ext. 202 or visit www.fccdundee.com.

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