The Kenneth Butler Memorial Soup Kitchen (KBMSK) serves the sheep of Jesus Christ regardless of race, religion,
gender, orientation, medical diagnosis, mental capacity, or history by providing their immediate need for nutritious meals. The organization serves anyone in need of a meal without questions or judgment. A large part of this is giving patrons a secure setting and the dignity and respect they deserve with the hope of helping them take the first step to lifestyle changes by increasing their self-respect and decreasing their hopelessness through nourishment and compassion.
- In recent years, KBMSK has served more than 23,000 nutritious meals to our patrons.
- All challenges from the pandemic have been overcome and our patrons have missed no meals.
- Our method of “free table” food distribution was changed to create more abundance for each individual patron.