Ep 18. The Feed Truck Cafe and Starting New Ministries ft. Jess Winderweedle and Skitch Matson

July 19, 2017
Four Methodist ministries: Kingston UMC, Princeton UMC, Feed Truck Ministries Inc., and the Wesley Foundation of Princeton University all teamed up to launch the Feed Truck Cafe: a pop-up model cafe ministry dedicated to creating a safe study space for Princeton students. Executive Director of Feed Truck Ministries Inc. Jess Winderweedle and Wesley Foundation Director Erik “Skitch” Matson come on the podcast to share their experience and encourage other churches to dream big, listen to the voice of your community, and start new kinds of ministries as well. How does the cafe operate? Where do you get grants? All this and more on this Uncovered Dish.

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