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Shalom Ministries allows Spokane citizens to dine with dignity.

January 23, 2011

Shalom Ministries’ Dining with Dignity

Shalom Ministries is run by Spokane Central United Methodist Church.

In 1992, the United Methodist Church started efforts to form urban ministries nationwide. Two years later, Spokane Central United Methodist Church started Shalom Ministries.

Shalom Ministries is known for its Dining with Dignity program.

“Dining with Dignity serves breakfast Monday through Thursday and Monday night dinner, preparing and serving 2,000 to 3,000 meals monthly,” according to Spokane Central United Methodist Church’s website.

Breakfast is served Monday through Thursday 7:30-8:30 a.m. Each Monday, a hot dinner is served 4:30-5:30p.m.

On Wednesdays, there is a special movie and soup afternoon. The movie starts at 2:00p.m. and soup is served at 4:30p.m. However, the movie and soup nights are only from November 1 through February 28.

Meals are “Served in Epworth Hall in the lower level of Central UMC. Enter through the parking area between CUMC and the Phone Company Building.” Spokane Central United Methodist Church is located on 518 West Third Avenue.

Shalom Ministries provide a variety of services including meals, hygiene items,  a clothing bank, free voice mail and free bus passes.

Volunteer Info:


As a volunteer, you can help by preparing and serving meals or support the ministry through financial, food and clothing contributions.


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