Break bread, Share a glass,
Give thanks, Help others ...
Yet according to Catholic Charities, each year the
City of Durham faces a one-million-pound shortage of food meant to serve the food insecure population.
Join us Sunday, April 29th in support of the Catholic Charities planned
$1.7 million Durham Community Food Pantry and End Hunger Durham
to address food insecurity in the community.
A meal featuring selections from some of the best of local Durham vendors is planned along with live music and a community table that will seat 750 people.
Get a seat at the table - meet new friends - enjoy fantastic local food and drink - hear great music
Sunday April 29th
American Tobacco Campus Amphitheatre
Noon until 3:00 pm
These are difficult times. We look around and see conflict. Rancor. Catastrophes both natural and man-made. BUT...
THERE'S HEALING TO BE HAD!
When people come together, at one table, to break bread, give thanks and help neighbors in need, something wondrus happens: unity begins.
In early October 2016, one of North Carolina’s most destructive hurricanes tore into the eastern part of the state, causing catastrophic flooding and over $1.5 billion in devastation.
At the same time, our country and our state were thrust into an acrimonious election cycle, causing rifts among friends, families, churches and businesses.
We wanted to do something to help both situations.
We found a way by creating The Sunday Supper.
705 Willard St, Durham, NC, USA