Dinner with Grace is a collaborative ministry of Grace Cathedral, Episcopal Community Services and the formerly homeless living in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco. Dinner with Grace – through the preparation and sharing of a healthy meal – builds community, engenders empathy, ends isolation and combats loneliness for individuals transitioning out of homelessness and volunteers.
The mission of Dinner with Grace is simple yet transformative: bringing diverse people together to discover their common humanity, feeding hungry bodies and souls.
We cook dinner at the cathedral and alternate serving dinner at two locations: the Mentone Hotel at 387 Ellis St and the Crosby Hotel at 516 O’Farrell St, both located in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco, within a mile of the cathedral.
We usually meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday/Wednesdays of each month with the exception of months with five Wednesdays, in which we then meet on the 3rd and 5th Tuesday/Wednesdays. Contact Nicole Stahl for more information.
Check out this great feature from KQED’s California Report around Thanksgiving 2013: Dinner with Grace.
Dinner with Grace volunteers help cook the meal on Tuesday and/or serve residents in their supportive housing on Wednesday. Newcomers are always welcome to join us!
Right now we’re recruiting volunteer lead chefs to fill out our rotation The primary duties of this role are: menu planning, recipe scale-up, and direction of the Tuesday night cooking crew. Some kitchen experience is necessary. Please email email@example.com if you’re interested and want to find out more.