This is an easy way to jump in and try your hand at mission. It’s a one time commitment for just a few hours, and older children and youth are welcome to participate with adults.
“It takes a lot of people working together,” says Lavon Geasland, a regular coordinator of MUCC’s involvement. “About 30 people help supply the food and clean up afterwards.”
Lavon said volunteers find the experience of preparing the meal rewarding.