The Community Cafe

The Community Cafe
Neighbors Helping Neighbors So All May Eat

Visit The Community Cafe
· We are a Non profit 501C3 Free Cafe
· We believe there should be a Free Cafe in every town
· Our fresh made meals are changed weekly
· Our cafe guests can take as much home as they wish
· We deliver meals to the homebound
· No one will ever ask anyone why they are here
· All are welcome

Welcome to The Community Cafe

When you come to a Community Cafe, whether for the first time or the hundredth, you are welcomed as a guest into our home. You receive a nametag so new friends can easily great you and ask you to join them for a tasty and nutritious meal. From then on, you are part of the growing Cafe community and we encourage you to meet and get to know your neighbors and make new friends. Each Community Cafe provides meals to the home-bound, those in need of a hearty meal, or those just wanting some time of fellowship with friends old and new.

The Community Cafe @ Lake Wylie Lutheran Church
2906 Hwy 160 West (at Gold Hill Road), Fort Mill,S.C.
Serving lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Fridays.

The Community Cafe at Lake Wylie Christian Assembly
5766 Charlotte Hwy (Rts 274/49), Lake Wylie, S.C.
Serving lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesdays.

The Community Cafe of Sisk Memorial Baptist Church
115 Massey St. Fort Mill, SC, 29710
Serving lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursdays.

Now we also are officially on wheels! We have a food truck! We will be found in neighborhoods where we are most needed in Rock Hill and Fort Mill or for emergencies. Check out our facebook site

@CommunityCafeUSA

To donate to our Go Fund Me account Please CLICK HERE

Since everyone working at the Cafe is a volunteer and there is no overhead cost because the church provides the venue, nearly 100 percent of all donations go to creating freshly-made, nourishing and tasty meals just like home.

The Community Cafe also supports local care centers within the community, including adult day care centers, and church ministries that help the elderly, shelters, disabled and other homebound neighbors.
 

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