Screen Shot 2015-11-05 at 5.41.52 PMAdvance Brownie Baking for All Soul’s Monday Night Hospitality – Saturday October 29

Join us with your kids to bake Halloween treats for the guests of Monday Night Hospitality.

The kids will bake and decorate brownies for the 300+ guests who come to our program every Monday Night.

Baking supplies will be provided. Please bring candy toppers or sprinkles with a Halloween theme.

While the brownies are baking, we will order in some Pizza for the kids and adults and spend the time decorating table messages for the guests. These messages of love and kindness from the kids are always appreciated by our diners.

Please also bring along some markers and stickers and items to decorate the table toppers. We will supply the paper.

More about MNH:

 

Each Monday night,  275 to 300 meals are served in All Souls’ Reidy Friendship Hall. Over 70 volunteers each week serve a restaurant style service to those in need. Guests are served on tables set with linen tablecloths, church china and flatware. Flowers adorn the tables and frequently guest musicians entertain on the piano. The guests are all in need – many are homeless, some are living on fixed incomes that do not meet all of their needs, others are elderly, and living alone. They cherish the social connections, caring and love that our Monday night meal service provides.

 

Where: All Souls Church 1157 Lexington Ave. (80th St.)

When: Saturday October 29 10:30-1:00pm

Who: This event is open to 10 Lower Lab Students (K-5). Each child must be accompanied by an adult.

LL students will meet at All Souls Church on Sat 10/29 at 10:30 and bake cupcakes in advance for the enjoyment of  guests at Monday Night Hospitality on 10/31. Students will also make table decorations for the Monday night service.

Participation is on a first sign-up basis using the following link.

https://www.volunteersignup.org/BCFJT

If you have any questions about this LL Cares project,

please email mmckiernan@aim.com or nancyellisyates@gmail.com

*For new families to Lower Lab: Lower Lab Cares is a parent-led organization which creates monthly opportunities for Lower Lab students to get involved in a range of community service projects. 

If you are interested in learning more about LL Cares, please contact minamckiernan@aim.com*