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Crossroads Community Services at St. Bartholomew's Church

Address
108 E. 51st St.
New York, NY - 10022

Grab-and-go warm meals are served every Sunday, Monday and Wednesday from 12:30-1:30 pm.
The entrance is at 108 East 51st Street (between Park & Lexington Aves).

Crossroads Breakfast Program (resumes Sunday, Nov. 8)

    Grab-and-go, fresh-cooked warm meals are served every Sunday, Monday and Wednesday from 7:45 am
    to 8:45 am.  The entrance is at 108 East 51st Street (between Park & Lexington Aves).
     

The Dinner Program

    Dinner-to-go is served daily from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.  The entrance is at 108 East 51st Street (between Park & Lexington Aves.).

    Dinner comes from donated & rescued food from local hotels and restaurants, and is offered complimentary in partnership with Coalition for the Homeless.

    The only requirement is showing up.



Our Saturday Cafe

    Created and managed by members of our community, Crossroads Saturday Cafe offers complimentary pastries, milk, fresh fruit and coffee - to go.

    The Cafe is open is every Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 11 a.m. The entrance is at 108 East 51st Street (between Park & Lexington Aves.).
     

Fresh Groceries from Crossroads Food Pantry

    We distribute grocery bags, filled with proteins, grains, vegetables, and fruits Thursdays 10am-to-1pm,
    by appointment

    To make an appointment, call 212-378-0234, email us at pantry@crossroadsnyc.org, or find us at plentifulapp.com.

    Family size determines the amount of food that each family will receive.

    On your first day, please bring current identification with proof of address for all household members.

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