About The Mooresville Soup Kitchen
The Mooresville Soup Kitchen is a non-denominational, faith based organization whose mission is to provide nourishing meals, fellowship and encouragement to those in need. We are the first stop for so many who are in need and looking for direction. We serve over 4,000 meals monthly from our location in downtown Mooresville. We also provide Emergency Food Boxes and other resources as needed.
In March of 2008, we moved to our current location at 275 South Broad Street in Mooresville, NC. The move was a big step for us, as we had previously called the Fellowship Hall at First Baptist our home, for 21 years.
Our doors open Monday mornings for Food for the Body & Soul. We serve a hot breakfast from 8:00 to 8:30 am and have a Bible Study from 8:30 – 9:00 am.
The other mornings we’re open at 8:30 am for a “cold” breakfast, a devotional and time for fellowship.
Monday through Friday we serve lunch daily from 11:00 – 11:45 am. During the months of January, February and March we also serve lunch on Saturdays, providing both a meal and a place to come out of the weather for those who need it.
Women’s Bible Study meets on Tuesdays at 10:00 am. This group is led by Rev. Amy Freeze from Broad St. UMC. On the first Saturday of each month we host Saturday Night at The Kitchen. Local churches and organizations come in to feed the body and soul with dinner, music, and a message for our guests. Our doors open at 4:00 pm and the program starts at 5:00 pm.
On the fourth Sunday of each month we host Sunday at The Kitchen. A local church comes in to offer additional food for the body and soul. They do this by preparing lunch and serving a message of grace, mercy, and hope for our guests.
Please check the website or call MSK for any closings.