January 3, 2019

A decade ago, Betty Snapp, who has been involved in countless "do-good" missions over the years, including her role as founder of Sunshine Center, had a calling. That calling landed her in her kitchen, cooking food for those that needed a meal and camaraderie. From her kitchen, the meal grew into the Stone Church Neighborhood Dinner. Her husband, Terry, was right beside her as their vision became reality.

The Stone Church Neighborhood Dinner is held in the fellowship hall of Stone Church Community of Christ, where the Snapps attend, and where Terry is a former pastor. The Dinner is held every Wednesday, and serves, on average, about 250 hot meals a week. In 2019, the Neighborhood Dinner will celebrate its 10th anniversary of helping our neighbors.

The meal is open to anyone, but primarily serves those who struggle with hunger and homelessness. Over the years, many of the guests have remarked that the Dinner is the one time of the week when they interact with others. Serving the poverty o...

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