Feeding hungry people and caring for every heart that comes through our door.
Thank You Rio Grande Neighborhood and First Christian Church!
We’ve Closed Our Doors at 1140 N. St. Vrain
Opening This Spring At Westside Community Church!
201 E. Sunset Rd.
God is so good! Our volunteer information meetings have brought together over 40 people so far who are interested in serving in the Mustard Seed Cafe and Garden.
We’re working hard at 201 E. Sunset Road to reopen in May. Chef Peter and Volunteer Assistant Chef Michelle Feuille are busy developing recipes in the kitchen and the results are delicious with a healthy twist!
Mustard Seed Cafe envisions a community where men, women, and children flourish having the opportunities and resources they need and the knowledge that they matter to God and to us.
“In Jesus, we find ourselves now to be the enemy who has been loved, the sinner who is saved, the stranger who is welcomed. ‘God showed his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us’ Rom. 5:8. And welcomed strangers should be quick to learn to welcome other strangers. Our love for outsiders runs deep as it flows from remembering ourselves to be outsiders who have been dearly loved by a lavishly hospitable God.” ~ David Mathis (“Hospitality & the Great Commission” www.desiringgod.org/articles)
How will the vulnerable, food-insecure, needy, and hungry be fed if we don’t feed them? We have this opportunity to continue the good work of feeding people good food who need the nourishment, not only for their bodies but also for their minds and souls. They need to be included, welcomed, loved. We can do this in a safe, warm cafe.
We can do this, but only with your help!!
Please RSVP which date you can come to:
Volunteer Coordinators Kathy & Rosie
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 525-4071
Come join us as we walk around our new neighborhood, praying for God to be glorified as we move in and seek to serve our community!
Stay in touch to find out more about how you can help us re-open!