Cornerstone Baptist Church’s Cornerstone Community Kitchen provides meals to the homeless Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. This church, long a beacon of light to South Dallas, knows how to multiply modest resources into colossal gains. As COVID-19 has challenged it in ways as unprecedented as the pandemic itself, Cornerstone has doubled down on its work. Before the pandemic hit, the church’s kitchen operation served 175 to 200 meals, mostly to the homeless, five days a week. At the height of the pandemic, volunteers were handing out 450 “grab and go” food kits, many to people who were first-timers “who never dreamed of being in a soup line.” The Kitchen is staffed by volunteers and church members.
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