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This Lawrence soup kitchen serves homeless people and those just having a hard time making ends meet. FCC volunteers cook a meal at the church on the first Monday of each month and deliver it to Bread & Roses. Our team of dessert-makers bake at home and add a sweet finish to the nutritious dinner.
A team of individuals who cook in their own kitchens and then deliver meals to families or individuals who are in need due to illness, new baby, relocation or any one of life’s many stresses.

Maureen Tousignant
maureen@tousignant.org

Teams from FCC cook and serve dinner every second Saturday of the month giving the regular food service people at this busy meal center in Lawrence a much needed day off. Cor Unum staff welcomes volunteers any day of the week to help with breakfast or dinner.

Maureen Smith
msmith@freechristian.org
 978.475.6888

Once a week at both locations volunteers serve breakfast to guests at these temporary shelters. Cooking and sharing a time of fellowship shows Jesus’ love to those in need of His grace.

Nick Warne
nwarne1@verizon.net
 978.749.6649

This tuition-free Lawrence middle school for low-income girls that help students break the cycle of poverty through education and a wide array of other supports. Volunteers help with tutoring, teaching art classes, sharing special talents and administrative support.

Maureen Smith
msmith@freechristian.org
 978.475.6888

People in need of groceries may come to the church office during the week and receive a bag of non-perishable food.

Church Office
info@freechristian.org
 978.475.0700

This group meets at the church once a month to prepare home made meals which are then made available for shut-ins, those facing illness, or anyone else who needs a “helping hand.”

Laurie Lawliss
llawiss@freechristian.org
 978.475.0700

Senior Link volunteers and other small groups at FCC prepare soup, sandwiches and desserts for homeless people in Lawrence on Fridays during the winter. The Lazarus House “soup truck” picks-up the food at FCC and drives to locations around the city where some of the neediest people in our community “hang-out”. Some meal centers in the city are closed on Fridays in the winter and the soup truck provides food for people who would otherwise go hungry on those cold days.

Laurie Lawliss
llawiss@freechristian.org
 978.388.5602

This Emmaus emergency housing facility offers services to homeless individuals and families across the Merrimack Valley.

Maureen Smith
msmith@freechristian.org
 978.475.6888

Adults and children from FCC help sort food in the Neighbors in Need Andover-based warehouse so that groceries may be given to low-income families throughout Merrimack Valley. In the summer, volunteers help pick vegetables at a local farm for distribution at one of NIN’s seven food pantries.

Maureen Smith
msmith@freechristian.org
 978.475.6888

TCP provides short and long-term food assistance to Tewksbury residents in financial need.

Karen & John Ford
karen@lesvants.com
 978.640.6919

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Maureen Smith
Missions & Community Service Director
 978.475.6888
 msmith@freechristian.org

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