Malvern Eats Free Lunch Program

Every Wednesday meals are delivered from our church parking lot/side door.  Food security is still an issue for many people so we have agreed to continue the program in a different way during this crisis.  Our friend, Firaaz Azeez, from Muslim Welfare Canada and volunteers from his organization as well as our own MPC volunteers are present on a weekly basis.  For more information or to have your name added to the list, please contact the church office.

Friends, over the past number of weeks since we have been delivering the meals for Malvern Eats from our church, we have had a few people calling or emailing their thanks for the meals. But this week we received something a little different- a note of appreciation from a member of the congregation who would love to help but cannot because of the pandemic restrictions. We are posting this to encourage those who are on this front line. And to ask for your prayers that we can continue in this ministry as we partner with other organizations in the community.

I want to say Thank You for everyone that Cooks and Delivers the Lunches for our Community once a week on Wednesdays. I Appreciate the hard work that all of you do. It’s great to help others in Need and support People. I Appreciate that we have a crew that pitches in. I just wanted everyone to know Thank you for what you do. This is what makes me feel happy the most “

” Happy Canada Day everyone ! July 1, 2020 was a great day at the church for Malvern Eats. Lots of visitors and helpers. We prepared over 300 meals for pick-up and delivery. Thanks to everyone who participated and who donate to this worthy cause. We are in partnership with a few other organizations who provide a free lunch once a week to the community. Some officers from 42 Division volunteer their time in helping and serving the meals. But that had to stop because of the pandemic, so our church said we’d keep going with the Muslim Welfare Canada, and deliver the meals from our church. Today, for the 1st time since the lockdown, a few officers were able to assist. Plus it was Canada Day so some politicians showed up as well. We’re happy to have found a way to still be the church even though the building is closed”