Dinners are a very special part of Arch Street Center. We would love for you and your church, social club, school, or family to be a part of it!
We’re offering Sunday Suppers at the Center – bring or make dinner that will feed about 40 people and then come serve and dine with the members. Anyone can participate!
Here’s an overview of our Sunday Supper program. If you have any more questions or you want to sign up, contact us now.
How much food should we prepare?
There should be enough food to feed approximately 40 people. In addition to our meal, a dessert is provided to our members. Typically, about 20 people come for dinner, however, we like to have enough for seconds and use any leftovers for the following day.
Can we use Arch Street Center’s kitchen to prepare the meal?
It’s up to you! We have a large kitchen facility, you can cook your meal here at the Center or bring in it prepared.
What kind of food should we bring?
Creativity is encouraged! Popular dishes include pasta dinners, meatloaf, casseroles, or even a taco bar! You’re not a cook? No problem! Our members always love a pizza party!
What time is dinner?
Dinners are served at 5:00 on weekdays and 4:30 on weekends.
What else (besides food) do we need to bring?
We provide plates and flatware, napkins, and cups. Drinks (water and juice) are available to the members all day. If you would like to provide any of the above items, great! That helps to keep our costs down. Also, to be in compliance with health standards, hairnets (or hats!) and gloves must be worn. We will have them available for you.
Does the meal have to be on a Sunday?
Nope! If a different night works best for you, we can definitely accommodate. In fact, if you prefer coming to serve lunch, that works too! Just contact our staff to talk about options. We are very flexible!