"Harvest For the Hungry" began in 1995 as an outreach to the homeless and hungry in our neighborhood. A hot nourishing hot meal is served every Friday at noon to an average of 75 persons. In 1997 The San Diego Catholic Workers, followers of Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin who founded the Catholic Worker in New York in 1933 to serve the homeless, needy and helpless, began a partnership with Christ Lutheran Church in this outreach by organizing and providing the food and cooks for this meal. Many volunteers from Christ Lutheran Church, the Catholic Workers, the community and the poor and homeless work together to live out Jesus' command in the gospel to "Feed the Hungry" In 2004 the name of the program was changed to "Our Daily Bread."
All are welcome to join us.
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