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Our Daily Bread

Who do we serve?

The poor and hungry in Baltimore City.

What do we do?

Provide cooked, frozen chicken and rice casseroles (recipe and pans provided) once a month to Catholic Charities' Our Daily Bread Hot Meal Program.

When do we do it?

Resurrection and St. Paul's parishioners prepare casseroles for Our Daily Bread to be delivered on the second Friday of each month.

Pans and recipes are provided the weekend before at the church exits after all the weekend Masses; additional pans can be found in the Pastoral Center during the week

Where do we serve?

Parishioners take pans home and prepare the casseroles per the recipe provided. Click here for the recipe.

The cooked, frozen casseroles are collected by volunteers outside Resurrection's hall kitchen on the second Friday of each month from 7:45 - 9 am, or the evening before (Thursday) from 6:30-8 pm.

 

Volunteers take the casseroles down to Our Daily Bread and help serve.

 

How can I get involved?

Contact Sue and Jim Fischer: 410-461-3081 for more information or to volunteer to help collect and/or deliver the casseroles.

Upcoming dates and events:

2019:  October 10/11, November 7/8, December 12/13

2020: January 9/10, February13/14, March 12/13, April 9/10, May 7/8, June 11/12, July 9/10, August 13/14, September 10/11, October 8/9, November 12/13,

December 10/11

Relevant links

Photos and appreciation

 

Ministry history 

Resurrection parish has provided frozen casseroles to Our Daily Bread for
decades. Since June 1, 1981, this program has never missed a day of lunch service to
those experiencing hunger in Baltimore, in spite of blizzards, hurricanes or any other
occurrence.