God's Kitchen of Michigan is a church-owned, 501(c)(3) soup kitchen established to provide free dinners to poor and needy citizens.
To demonstrate our love to God, Jesus Christ and our Brethren, God's Kitchen of Michigan shall combat hunger in our state by serving free dinners to hungry, homeless, senior citizens, the disabled and veterans.
God's Kitchen of Michigan shall not discriminate based on race, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, marital status, religion, disability or sexual orientation.
God's Kitchen of Michigan
Your charitable and tax-deductible donation will help our soup kitchen to continue to provide free dinners in Battle Creek and Kalamazoo.
Please click on the DONATE button on our GoFundMe page. Or click HERE to Donate and give using another option.
Thank you in advance for caring and giving to our soup kitchen.
Buy a Mobile Soup Kitchen for the Homeless and Hungry. Click on Photo.
"Feed My Sheep."
--Jesus Christ (John 21:17 NKJV)
Donation in Loving Memory
Mrs. Nancy H. Acker of Portage, Michigan has made a donation in Loving Memory of her late husband, George H. Acker, who passed on July 20, 2011. Thank you.
God's Kitchen of Michigan is NOT affiliated with the
God's Kitchen located in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
We currently serve Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Portage, Oshtemo Township, and Lansing. Thank you.
Support the God's Kitchen of Michigan
2022 Holiday Fund
Santa, Matt Giraud, and Mrs. Claus Hosted our 2019 Fundraiser in Battle Creek, MI.
Please support the 2022 God's Kitchen of Michigan Holiday Fund. Your generous gift will provide free meals for our Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinners in Kalamazoo and Battle Creek this holiday season. To donate, send your check or money order to: God's Kitchen of Michigan, Holiday Fund, P.O. Box 2632, Kalamazoo, Michigan 49003. Or make a safe and secure contribution online by clicking on the "donate" button. Thank you in advance your tax-deductible gift.
Ken Lanphear is God's Kitchen of Michigan's
2022 Media Award Winner
Ken Lanphear, WKZO Radio Morning Show Host, received the God's Kitchen of Michigan
2022 Media Award for helping our soup kitchen fight hunger in Kalamazoo, County.
Ken Lanphear, the Host of WKZO Radio's Morning Show, was selected as our 2022 Media Award winner. For years, Ken has been a hunger-relief advocate, encouraging his listeners to support God's Kitchen of Michigan, and other charities in Kalamazoo County. He frequently invites our chairman, Pastor William Stein, on his program to update the community on our activities, and share menus and locations for our free dinner service. Congratulations, and thank you for helping us continue to fight hunger in Kalamazoo. God bless you.
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2022 Fall Meal Sites
All Meals Served from 5 pm to 6 pm
First and Second Wednesday of the Month
Open - TBD
Third Wednesday of the Month
God's Kitchen of Michigan Free Community Thanksgiving Dinner
Tuesday, November 22, 2022
First United Methodist Church, Battle Creek, Michigan
Thanks to First United Methodist Methodist Church; First Baptist Church; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) UL# 445; West Michigan Building and Construction Trades Council; Plumbers & Pipefitters UL# 333; and Michigan Youth Challenge Academy for sponsoring our meal. God bless you.
Thanks to our volunteers, Lan Huynh, Ana Tang Melanie Warren, Emiliano C.C.T., Plumbers & Pipefitters UL #333 and Michigan Youth Challenge Academy for serving tonight's meal. God bless you.