RED BANK – The Salvation Army’s community center on Newman Springs Road will introduce a soup kitchen, called the Bread of Life, with a Thanksgiving supper on Sunday, Nov. 24.
Additional meals are planned for once a month thereafter.
A voluntary devotional at 3:15 p.m. will precede the supper, which will be served starting at 4 p.m.
Families, as well as individuals, are welcome, according to Major Elizabeth Rogan.
“The Army welcomes all to our first soup kitchen event, not only those who may be in physical or spiritual need, but also those who may have no other place to go for a meal and fellowship,” Rogan said.
Anyone wishing to attend should email at Rogan at email@example.com or call the center at 732-747-1626 to make a reservation.
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