Christmas Day Lunch

Thank you for your interest! Christmas Day Lunch begins at 12:30 p.m. on December 25, 2017.

Since 1967, St. Paul's has provided a place of hospitality, community, music and food for those with nowhere to go or no one to be with on Christmas Day. This will be our 50th and final Christmas Day meal. You are invited to come and share a traditional meal of turkey, ham, potatoes, stuffing, and salad. No registration is necessary to come and eat. Doors open at 12:30 p.m.

If you do not have a place to go on Christmas Day, we would be glad for your help.  With 200 meals served in two hours, there are many tasks that keep the atmosphere of a large family dinner.

Kitchen helpers do last-minute preparations.  The hospitality team supports those waiting in the atrium.  Table hosts act as waiters.  Food and beverage servers manage the buffet line and the drinks station.  We are also looking for a few people to lead carol singing, take pictures, and drive any leftovers to a local shelter.  Lastly, and importantly, we need people willing to help with clean-up later in the afternoon.

Thank you for your support! All volunteer positions for the Christmas Day Lunch are now filled. 

For more general information about the Christmas Day Lunch contact Sandra Seaborn, Associate Priest.