Where people who are hungry for a healthy life meet growers, harvesters, preservers, bakers, and cooks
St Paul’s is host to a community hub that addresses issues of food security and preservation, healthy eating, and sustainable growing practices.
Our objective is to bring together local growers, harvesters, food coaches, nutritionists, and public health officials with people who could benefit from their skills and having access to fresh or prepared foods.
Our current programming includes;
• Monthly Community lunch – first Monday of each month
• Monthly Community kitchen – fourth Thursday of each month
• Weekly Grade 8 healthy eating and cooking skills class
• ChopTalk for Grades 7 students: life and cooking skills
• You’re The Chef summer cooking camp for youth
• Community garden boxes on Main St. & at the church
The Abundance Project thrives on community volunteers who make all these events happen. If you have a food related talent, like to cook or have great organizational skills we would love to have you as a volunteer.
Visit the Abundance Project website or follow us on FaceBook