The people of Madonna House Apostolate who operate the Marian Centre soup kitchen were concerned that the people who depend on them for weekend sandwiches would have nowhere to go when Marian Centre closed this summer to allow for significant structural repairs to their building.
Soul’s Harbour and Carmichael Outreach provide hot meals during the week, so Marian Centre clientele will have an alternative place to go for their hot meal, according to Hugo Istaza, Director of Marian Centre. But Saturday sandwiches won’t be available until the Centre re-opens which is scheduled to be around the middle of November. Isaza said Westminster United Church, and St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral were contacted to help out. “Our volunteers now make the sandwiches at Westminster Church, and they are taken to St. Paul’s and Carmichael Outreach where they are available to the people...Read More