Chef’s Blog and Menu for October 22

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Chef’s notes from THE DOWNTOWN WELCOME TABLE Salisbury Steak ruled the day in a big way last week, but as we enter the autumn season, nothing will go better with turning leaves and pumpkins that a nice stew.  Enjoy.   Menu for October 22, 2014 Rich Autumn Pork Stew Green Bean Casserole Large White Lima […]

Newsletter Updates for the Week of October 13th, 2014

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Welcome from Haywood Street It was another great week at the Downtown Welcome Table! Lots of companions worked hard on Tuesday and Wednesday to prep and serve an excellent meal of Salisbury Steak with mashed potatoes, squash, green beans, rolls, salad, cake and ice cream! Thank you to everyone who helped this week.The Downtown Welcome […]

“Dual Citizenship” – Sermon by Rev. Brian Combs, 10/15/14

“I lived on the shady side of the road,” wrote poet Rabindranath Tagore, “and watched my neighbors’ gardens across the way reveling in the sunshine.  I felt I was poor, and from door to door went my hunger.  The more they gave me from their carless abundance, the more I became aware of my beggar’s […]

Update on our friend Brian, homeless no more!

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In high spirits when we saw him last week, our friend Brian Grant was rejoicing that he recently was approved for disability, now has an apartment, and has been able to pay off some long-standing debts. Brian is still affected by the severe brain injury he suffered in a wreck when he was 15, but says […]