Manna House Soup Kitchen

What Is It?

It is the bread the Lord has given to eat.”  (Exodus 16:15)

Manna House, established in May 1990, was the first soup kitchen in Harford County.  We serve from 70 -120 people of all ages each week

What Do We Do?

We serve a free hot meal every Wednesday from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm to residents of Harford County.  We provide a bag of groceries to all those who dine with us.  We begin each day with a short worship service (music, scripture, talk, and prayer) and offer individual prayer for any guest that desires prayer.

Who Do We Serve?

Our guests may be unemployed, lower income families, senior citizens, those without homes, and anyone needing assistance with food as well as those who are lonely and just need a place to feel ‘at home.’

How Can You Help?

Manna House Soup Kitchen always needs non-perishable food for grocery bags:

  • Canned Vegetables and Fruits
  • Canned Meats (tuna, SPAM, stews, and similar items)
  • Cereal
  • Soups

Our homeless guests especially enjoy single-serving, ready to eat foods in E-Z open or pop-top containers as they do not have access to can openers or cooking facilities.

For more information or to help, please contact:    Food.Services@baumc(dot)com