Hot Meal Feeding Program

Hot Meal Feeding Program

The Hot Meal Feeding Program was Established in 1995 to provide free hot meals prepared onsite for the homeless and poverty level families. Approximately 400 hot meals are served each week. To-go meals are distributed to families referred by the local school systems.

Partner churches, schools, businesses, and civic organizations serve more than 2,000 meals a month to those who need it most. The most valuable groups we serve are those experiencing homelessness on the streets and families with children who struggle to meet their daily needs. These individuals and families have been hit hardest by economic hard times. Our desire is to establish relationships of home in which we walk with them on the journey back to self-sufficiency. Arresting hunger is often the first step in a long process of relief, restoration and transformation to safe, healthier and independent lives. 


Meal Schedule:

Sunday 9:00 am – 10:30 am: Serving a hot breakfast to our friends and family

Monday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm: Serving dinner for our friends and family

Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm: : Serving dinner for our friends and family


City of Refuge Program Partners:

A Place To Worship (Chatsworth)NA
Chatsworth Church of GodVisit Website
Chattanooga Church of ChristVisit Website
Christ Community ChurchVisit Website
City Park SchoolVisit Website
Cooking for Christ (Teddy Walters)NA
Crosspointe Christian CenterVisit Website
Eleventh Avenue BaptistVisit Website
Fellowship Baptist ChurchVisit Website
First Methodist of DaltonVisit Website
Grace Presbyterian ChurchVisit Website
Liberty Baptist ChurchVisit Website
Macedonia BaptistVisit Website
Mount Rachel BaptistVisit Website
Relentless Life ChurchVisit Website
Rockbridge Community ChurchVisit Website
Westwood SchoolVisit Website