Ealing Soup Kitchen is a charity who seek to help anyone who needs hot, nutritious food & a helping hand.
What does it do?
We’ve been running a weekend Soup Kitchen since 1973 at St John’s Ealing (a part of our family of churches) for the homeless & vulnerable.
We also run a Monday service at the Salvation Army in Ealing. Before Covid we had Friday drop-ins where we provide clothes, food, a hairdresser, showers, practical help and games. We work with other charities and can organise access to medical and dentistry services.
What is the Ealing Soup Kitchen?
Monday Night Drop In – A hot meal, music & more. 6-8pm. Salvation Army Hall, 6 Leeland Road, W13 9HH
Friday – The Hub. (Not currently open) Refreshments, showers, advocacy & hairdresser. 1pm – 3.30PM. The Crypt, St Johns W13 9LA
Saturday & Sunday – Ealing Soup Kitchen – a hot meal and fellowship. 3.30 – 5pm. St John’s Church Room, St John’s W13 9LA
How can I volunteer and what does it entail?
The best thing about volunteering with the Soup Kitchen is the opportunity to demonstrate and share the love of Jesus with people. The expectation is that volunteers commit to attending their duties that they have committed to, and behave in a way that serves and loves all those involved.
Do get in touch with Richard Sarson, who is the contact person for the Ealing Soup Kitchen at St Paul’s. His email is: email@example.com
You can also text the following number to get in touch with the Soup Kitchen: 07860612018