Community suppers

Community Suppers Stay the Course

Takeout, delivery or drive-through — this year churches around Martha’s Vineyard are transforming their wintertime community suppers to a new, pandemic-safe format.

Community Meals-To-Go Begin, With Reservations

The First Congregational Church of West Tisbury begins its 2021 community meals, on a pre-reserved basis for take-out and delivery only, Jan. 13.

Community Food Pick Up

The West Tisbury Congregational Church is offering drive-by pickup meals on March 18 from 5 to 6 p.m.

Free Lunches This Week in Oak Bluffs, Vineyard Haven, West Tisbury

While Island schools are on vacation this week, free community lunches are being served at two Martha’s Vineyard libraries through Friday.

Bonding and Breaking Bread at Community Meals

Six nights and one afternoon a week from January through March, churches around Martha’s Vineyard welcome everyone to take a seat and enjoy a free community supper or lunch.

Community Suppers Bring Light to Winter

Each winter the Island churches come together to offer free meals to help Islanders break bread together through the dark nights of winter.

Community Suppers Around the Island

Just in time for winter, Vineyard churches are once again providing a hot meal every day of the week.

Vineyard Churches Help Weave Safety Net of Food and Shelter

Each night of the week during the winter, Island churches take turns opening their doors to offer free meals and beds.

Community Suppers Around the Island

Each year during the offseason months the churches around the Island take turns hosting community suppers on each day of the week.