Serving free hot meals
Noon on Thursdays @ St. George’s Church (Our kitchen is closed for the rest of the summer but will be back in service on September 6, 2018.)
Let's turn the tables on hunger in New York City. Together.
Please join us in this vital ministry where the community sits down side-by-side to share a delicious meal.
Become a volunteer.
Volunteering is a great way to become a part of the Common Table community. Some volunteers arrive around 8:30 A.M. to start with the food preparation, some around 10 A.M. to help with the set up, and others arrive around 11:30 A.M. to help with the serving and the cleanup. Many stay the entire time.
If you are interested in joining us or have questions, contact The Rev. Ben DeHart by clicking on the button below:
Hunger strikes closer than you think⎯a friend, classmate, coworker, neighbor, that stranger next to you.
Whoever you are, just as you are, there's a place for you at our Common Table.
There are no restrictions on who may attend. All are welcome. Please spread the word to anyone who you’d think would like to come.
St. George's Common Table serves a hot lunch to an average of 125 people every Thursday.
The doors open at 11:30 A.M. when hot coffee and tea are available. The meal is served from noon until 1 P.M. It consists of a nutritious hot soup, a main entrée, a green salad, buttered bread, homemade desserts and a piece of fresh fruit. The soup and main course vary each week and are freshly made that day. The desserts seem to be the highlight of the meal, as they consist of a huge assortment of cakes, pies and cookies⎯all of which are lovingly baked and donated by our volunteers.
The St. George's Common Table is located in Olmsted Hall at the side entrance of St. George’s Church: 209 East 16th Street, New York, NY 10003. Enter through the courtyard.
Make A Donation
Give your support for the St. George’s Common Table by making a donation online. Choose either of the buttons below to log in for returning pledge members or give a one-time donation.
"For I was hungry
and you gave me something to eat,
I was thirsty
and you gave me something to drink,
I was a stranger
and you invited me in ..."