Folks can come by to eat breakfast, take showers, do small loads of laundry, and get help with basic clothing needs.
Open Monday through Thursday from 8:00 to 10:00 A.M., the hospitality room provides a place for homeless people and other nearby residents to come for breakfast and to connect with others. It is a place where people are known by name and are treated as guests. While here, our guests can receive and sign up for multiple different services including: (Click on an option for more information)
Hospitality Room Wish List
Jumbo & large pots
New and used blankets
Men's jeans (32, 34, 36, 38 & 32-38 inseam)
Men's and woman's winter coats
Gloves, sizes L & XL
Women's socks, knee high or tube style
Men's and woman's underwear (S, M, L, XL)
Razors for shaving
Dinner has been served every Sunday for over 30 years, but we are currently on hold due to the pandemic.
For more than 30 years, Broadway has offered a free sit-down dinner to anyone who comes at noon after our morning worship service. Meal teams from Broadway and other faith groups serve dinner plates and desserts to our seated guests.
This has become a unique place of sharing as congregational members mingle with homeless people and others from various walks of life in what we see as our vision of the “heavenly banquet” that Christ calls us to. Our average weekly participation in the meal has grown to more than 100.
Jubilee Christmas Store
Toys and cash are donated to provide area parents with the opportunity to choose gifts for their children.
Each year, parents and guardians from families are able to come one Saturday before Christmas and shop for free toys for their children in our church’s social hall. Participants are scheduled for different hours throughout the day. Volunteers guide them to tables for different age groups and help wrap the presents on the spot. Meanwhile, the children, if they come along, are in another part of the building selecting presents for their parents! Everyone leaves with several boxes and bags of food for hearty Christmastime meals as well.
Space and time limitations keep the number of participants constant. But the flurry of the hourly waves of parents, the fun of picking out and wrapping toys, gets everyone – guests and volunteers – into the Christmas spirit. Over the years it has proven to be a most joyous, if busy, event.
"In the end...Jubilee is about, leveling the playing field so that as many children as possible won't be seperated out because of their poverty - they too can experience the joy of giving and receiving freely."