By Elise Pittman
Espai Sopem, the food kitchen that has been a huge part of my time in Spain, serves the homeless every Monday and Thursday nights. My church here started it a week before I arrived, so it has been neat to watch it grow in volunteers, in food, and in the number of people we serve.
A little background about the ministry: Nelson, the Pastor of Iglesia Cristiana del Garraf, and Dani, a local involved with the civic center, started this ministry. We pick up the leftover food from the schools in the surrounding area, heat it up, and serve it to the homeless of Vilanova. It is a neat way to share a hot meal and build connections with some of the homeless in the area.
Christmas day and New Years Day both fell on a Monday this year, so we decided to make both nights extra…
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