Interfaith Hospitality Network
The Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) announced a new name, “Family Promise of Greene County.“ The Schneider House of Hope in Xenia is still the place where Epiphany Lutheran Church goes to serve.
Please consider preparing a meal for homeless families in transition.
This autumn is a little different from previous service weeks at IHN. Because of the rise in COVID cases, the Schneider House of Hope is asking that people drop off their meals by 5 p.m. on the table on the side patio. Ring the doorbell by the table to let them know the meal is there. The address is 124 S. Detroit St., Xenia.
Please try not to duplicate the type of meal so the guests don’t have repeated meals. For example, try not to prepare an Italian meal if one is already coming. The director asks for a meal with meat in it, vegetable, and a simple dessert if you'd like to provide one. Condiments, salad dressings, and eating utensils are already there.
Please sign up by September 26.
You'll be contacted the week before with a head count, anywhere from 4-25, including children.
This is a great opportunity for small group members to divide up the preparation of a meal in their homes and have someone in the group deliver the meal in Xenia, all while limiting contact and supporting our ministry partner and guests in transition.