The Society of St. Andrew builds Christian community. We do this by bringing people together in service to God and in service to others.
Jesus made it very clear that his followers are supposed to be in ministry to and with the poor. For instance, at Luke 14:12-14 we learn that Jesus was at a dinner:
Then he turned to his host. "When you put on a luncheon or a dinner," he said, "don't invite your friends, brothers, relatives, and rich neighbors. For they will repay you by inviting you back. Instead, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, and the blind. Then at the resurrection of the godly, God will reward you for inviting those who could not repay you."
People from all denominations and organizations participate actively in our ministry by making financial contributions, by gleaning with us, and through their prayers. Persons of many faiths and perspectives partner with us in the desire to give of themselves to feed the hungry.